Easily report positive results after taking a COVID-19 at-home test
If you test positive from& an over-the-counter COVID-19 test kit, please report it immediately to the Washington state COVID-19 hotline.
Then press #. Language assistance is available.
Monday, 6 a.m.-10 p.m.
Tuesday-Sunday (and observed holidays), 6 a.m.-6 p.m.
Click here for free COVID-19 testing locations in King County.
Treatments for COVID-19 are now widely available. If you test positive for COVID-19, talk to a doctor as soon as possible about treatment options.
The Test-to-Treat program is one easy way to get treatment. Test-to-Treat locations will give you a test and treatment. If you test positive for COVID-19, talk to your doctor to get a prescription. Your doctor can send the prescription to one of the three ICHS pharmacy locations most convenient to you: ICHS International District Pharmacy, ICHS Holly Park Pharmacy, or ICHS Shoreline Pharmacy.
For more information, visit covid.gov.
Order free at-home test kits
Since September 25, every U.S. household can again place an order to receive four more free COVID-19 rapid tests delivered directly to their home. All orders and shipping are free. To order by phone, call the COVID-19 hotline at 1-800-232-0233 Language interpretation available.
Be on the lookout for scammers and be aware of fake COVID tests available online
The COVIDtests.gov. free COVID test kits are back. You don’t have to pay for shipping, and you’ll never be asked for a credit card or bank account number. You only need to give a name and shipping address. Anyone who asks for more information than that is a scammer. Click here to learn more Federal Trade Commission tips about how to avoid being scammed.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), fake and unauthorized at-home testing kits are popping up online. Make sure the test you’re buying is authorized by the FDA. Follow these Federal Trade Commission tips if you’re shopping online for COVID test kits and related items.
Care Connect Washington is a program for people who have either tested positive for COVID-19 or been exposed and need support to isolate or quarantine at home. The state Department of Health, working with local health jurisdictions and their partners, is operating Care Connect Washington on a region-by-region basis. Each region has created or will create a network of community-based partners who connect people to services they are eligible for, such as medication delivery, health care, help applying for unemployment, local housing agencies, food banks, childcare providers and more. Help is made based on need.