Covid-19 Testing

January 5th, 2022

by Katrina Brooke

If you feel sick and have symptoms of COVID-19, get tested right away, even if you’re vaccinated. Early testing is important to help prevent COVID-19 from spreading to friends, family, and the community.

NOTICE (Updated Jan. 3, 2022): King County-operated test sites are currently experiencing high volumes and longer than normal wait times. Advanced appointments are strongly recommended, and often required.

It can take several days to get your test results. The place that took your test will tell you your results.

While you wait for your results:

• Stay home and 6 feet (2 meters)
away from other people, even
within your household
• Wear a cloth face covering
or mask around others
• Frequently clean surfaces

• If you live with someone who is at high risk
for severe disease (who has other health
conditions or is older than 60), be extra
• Wash your hands often
• Ask someone to do your shopping or
have items delivered to your home

Every person’s situation is different. The length of time you
must stay home depends on how long you have symptoms.
You can be around other people after:
• 24 hours with no fever AND
• 10 days since symptoms first appeared* AND
• Other symptoms have improved
*If you have severe illness, please follow
December 8, 2020 your doctor’s guidance

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