Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests

Place Your Order for Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests

In addition, you can pick up 2 more free test kits at the following places and times:

Local COVID-19 Testing Locations: 

Testing Place Address Hours Test Types Additional Info

Mon-Fri: 9:30AM- 5 PM

Sat & Sun: 10AM - 5PM

Rapid (quick) COVID-19 and Flu for $19.99

**PCR (detailed tests) in some locations

You need to register online before you go.

No same day appointments.

All tests are done in your car (drive-thru)


Various locations in Fort Collins, Loveland, Estes Park

Varies by location

PCR (detailed tests)

Antibody (tests to see if you have had COVID-19 before).

You need to create or have a MyHealthConnection account to make an appointment.
BestMed Urgent Care - formerly Nova Health and Stitches Acute Care Center

7950 6th St, Wellington


Mon-Fri: 8 AM-7PM

Sat & Sun: 9AM-4PM

PCR (detailed tests)

Rapid Antigen (quick tests)

Walk-Ins Welcome.

You might need to pay if insurance doesn't cover costs. 

King Soopers Little Clinic 

1842 N College Ave., Fort Collins

Mon-Fri: 8:30AM-7:30PM

PCR (detailed tests)

Rapid Antigen (quick tests)

Rapid antibody (tests to see if you have had COVID-19 before).

Please make an appointment online.

You might need to pay if insurance doesn't cover costs. 

Same day appointments may be available. 

King Soopers Pharmacy

(non Little Clinic locations)

Various locations throughout Larimer County 


Mon-Fri: 9 AM-8 PM
Sat: 10 AM-6 PM
Sun: 10 AM-5 PM
Rapid antibody (tests to see if you have had COVID-19 before). Please make an appointment online.
Pediatric Urgent Care of Northern Colorado

4845 Weitzel St., Ste. 101, Timnath

Mon-Fri: 8 AM-8 PM

Sat. & Sun: 10 AM-4 PM

Rapid Antigen (quick tests)

Rapid diagnostic (detailed tests)

**Only testing anyone 20 years of age and younger.

It's best to make an appointment by calling 970-494-2626.


NOCO Community Urgent Care 1159 Eagle Drive, Loveland

Mon-Fri: 8 AM- 8 PM

Sat. & Sun: 9 AM- 4 PM

PCR (detailed tests)

Walk-ins accepted. 


Banner Urgent Care 2555 E 13th St. Suite 110, Loveland Daily 7:30 AM - 7:30 PM PCR (detailed tests)

Walk-ins accepted. 

$250 Copay and $105 for the test



Note: There might be other places to get tested too. It's a good idea to ask your regular doctor for more options.

Tips for Using At-Home COVID-19 Test

Remember, even if your test says you don't have COVID-19:

  • If You Have a Fever: Stay home until you've had no fever for a whole day (24 hours) and didn't need medicine to reduce it.
  • If You Have Other Symptoms: Stay at home until you feel better and can do your usual activities like normal.
How to use an at-home COVID-19 test:

Carefully follow the instructions in the test kit to use the test and see the results

After you use an at-home COVID-19 test:
  • If Your Test is Positive:
  • If Your First Test is Negative, the test did not detect the virus at the time of that test.
    • If you feel sick, test again after 48 hours. Do this twice to be sure.
      • If you're still worried after two negative tests, you can test again, get a more detailed (PCR) test at a lab, or call your doctor.
  • If You Don't Feel Sick but Were Exposed (Near Someone with COVID-19):
    • Test yourself after 48 hours. If it's negative, test again 48 hours later. Do this three times.
    • If all tests are negative but you're still concerned you have COVID-19, you can use a quick test, go for a detailed lab test, or call your doctor.
  • Remember: If any test later shows you have COVID-19, you should follow what the CDC says for people who are sick with COVID-19.

What to Do if You Have COVID-19 or Were Near Someone Who Does

Staying Away from Others (Isolation):

If you find out you have COVID-19, you need to stay away from other people.

Use a special tool called the Exposure and Isolation Calculator to know how long you should do this.


If you're sick with COVID-19, you might be able to take medicine that helps you feel better. It's best to take this medicine soon after you start feeling sick. This helps stop you from getting really sick. This is extra important for people who are 50 or older or have certain health problems. You can learn more about this on the Colorado Department of Public Health's Webpage.


You do not need to report a positive test to Larimer County.

More about testing in Colorado:

If you want to know more about getting tested for COVID-19 in Colorado, check out the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Testing website.

COVID-19 Information

Text: 970-999-1770
Email COVID-19 questions to: covidconcerns@larimer.org