COVID-19 TESTING Summit Clinical Laboratories COVID-19 Testing: More Information Here Health Connections Inc. COVID-19 Testing: Tuesday through Friday, 10AM to 4PM at 4655 N. Port Washington Rd, Glendale in the South Parking Lot. All testing is drive-thru. No appointment needed, but you must PRE-REGISTER HERE. Find more information on their website. Northwest Health Center, 7630 W. Mill Road Drive-thru garage – Enter at Mill Road Library, 6431 N. 76th St. • Monday & Fridays, 9am-3pm • Tuesday & Thursdays 12-6pm • Saturdays 9am-1pm Milwaukee Area Testing Sites - HealthyMKE Website Walgreens locations offering COVID-19 testing: Testing is offered 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Complete a screening survey at the link provided and choose the Walgreens location. Map of testing sites in Milwaukee County: Click Here Scroll under the dashboard to see the testing information. Map of testing sites in Wisconsin: Click Here After testing and while you wait for your test results, follow these recommendations from WI DHS: Click Here The North Shore Health Department does not provide COVID-19 testing. If you are considering getting tested for COVID-19, visit the Wisconsin DHS website for more information. Testing negative on one day does not guarantee you will not get sick with COVID-19. It is possible to be exposed to someone who is sick and receive a negative test result yet still develop illness, as the incubation period can be up to 14 days. Only antibody tests will tell you if you had COVID-19 at any point in the past. If you receive testing at one of the community testing locations, this is a diagnostic test and only tells you whether or not you were positive at that time. If you are waiting for COVID-19 test results or have symptoms of COVID-19 it is strongly recommended you isolate yourself from others to minimize the risk of potential transmission. This includes staying home and avoiding contact with others within your home to the extent possible. See the above graphic from CDC for more guidance. If you test positive for COVID-19, your local health department will notify you and provide you with additional guidance on self-isolation based on these recommendations from the CDC or WI DHS.