Register for COVID-19 Testing - YES Symptoms

Testing Sites

Testing Site Hours: Monday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm unless stated otherwise. Closed Sundays.


Registration Help

What to expect from the testing sign-up forms:

  • Forms are in English only.
  • You will need to choose an appointment time
  • You will be asked to enter insurance information if you have insurance.
  • You do not need to create an account.

What to do after you schedule a test:

  • You will receive multiple confirmation texts from Solv. Open the link in these texts to finish signing up for your test. 
  • If you already entered your insurance information when you scheduled your test, you do not need to enter it again. Your form will be blank to keep your information secure.

Get Help with Scheduling:

If you need help with the sign-up forms, the Customer Service Bureau can help. The Customer Service Bureau does not have access to additional appointment times. The Customer Service Bureau can be reached at (206) 684-2489.

Phone Hours: Monday - Saturday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Tell us your language in English to speak with an interpreter. 

What to Expect

What to bring to the testing site

  • A photo ID, with your date of birth.
  • Insurance card, if you have insurance.
  • Face covering. Wear your face covering when visiting the site. 

About testing sites and process

View our Covid-19 testing information packet to learn about the testing sites and process. 

Getting Results

We are currently experiencing longer turnaround times than usual that will continue through the weekend. Expect results in 48-72 hours. 

You can retrieve your test results by:

If you are experiencing symptoms or have been exposed to someone who has COVID-19, continue to practice social distancing until you are better. Use a separate bedroom and bathroom, if possible. If not, stay at least six feet apart from others while sleeping or talking.

Testing Positive

If you've tested positive, you must isolate yourself to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Learn how to isolate and quarantine from King County Public Health.

You might receive a call from state or county health officials if you test positive. The caller will help figure out if you have exposed family, friends or co-workers to the virus. They will not ask about your immigration status, social security number or finances. Any information they collect will only be shared with public health professionals who are working to contain the virus. The caller can also help connect you to any support you might need.

Testing Negative

If you've tested negative but have been exposed to someone who has COVID-19, continue to quarantine for 14 days. It can take up to 14 days for symptoms to appear. If you are not experiencing symptoms and have not been exposed, continue to follow King County Public Health guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

For support interpreting your results, call your provider or King County's COVID-19 Call Center at (206) 477-3977. The line is open from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. The King County COVID-19 Call Center can also help you if you have no safe place to stay apart from others.

How your information is shared

The results from all COVID-19 tests flow into the Washington Disease Reporting System (WDRS), an electronic disease surveillance system that allows public health staff in Washington state to receive, enter, manage, process, track and analyze disease-related data. As part of this flow, results are shared with Public Health Seattle-King County. Washington State and King County publish aggregated COVID-19 data every day on their websites. Find aggregated COVID-19 data for Washington state on this website and for King County on this website.