While more people are getting vaccinated, Sonoma County still has widespread community transmission of COVID-19. So, it remains important to get tested.
County health officials recommend that those who go out into the public should get tested at least once a month and those who regularly interact with the public get tested twice a month.
Getting tested for COVID-19 not only helps you and your loved ones, it may also help the County move faster into a less-restrictive tier according to the Blueprint for a Safer Economy
, which opens up even more business and other activities. Testing is now easier and more comfortable than in the fall as none of the County-supported testing sites use the uncomfortable deep nasal (nasopharyngeal) swab. Instead, the testing sites use either the shallow nasal (anterior nares) swab or oral swabbing.
COVID-19 Testing in Healdsburg
There are several pop-up COVID-19 testing sites in Healdsburg: the Healdsburg Community Center, the Alliance Medical Center (Curative) and the Healdsburg Day Labor Center. These sites are in addition to many COVID-19 testing sites throughout Sonoma County. Walk-ups are welcome, and no identification or insurance are necessary.