Free Drive-Thru Community Testing Site in Larimer County

Mako Medical, which is contracted through the state health department, will host a drive-thru COVID-19 testing site in Larimer County. They will offer RT-PCR testing. Testing is available for those who are ages 2 and older with or without symptoms. Appointments are not needed, as the site will have large capacity to offer testing. Pre-register online to save time at the testing site. Pre-registration is only needed once per site so you won’t need to do it again if you need testing at these sites in the future. Testing is FREE and health insurance is not required.

  • Loveland (8:00-6:00 pm Monday-Friday)
    Foundations Church, 1380 N. Denver Avenue, Loveland

Please Note:

  1. No testing services are being offered inside the building.
  2. Registration is required. You can pre-register for testing using the links below, or register using a smartphone when you arrive at the testing site. 
  3. If you have questions, please call Larimer County's COVID-19 line at 970-498-5500 or text us at 970-999-1770.
  4. Please do not call Foundations Church for testing information. 
  5. Do not wait to be tested or wait for test results to self-isolate if you have COVID symptoms.

Test Results

Tests are processed through a private, Mako-associated lab. Results are available within 3 days of being tested and can be found using the Luminate Health application. All information must match correctly to the registration information for timely results.

For more information on how to access Mako test results, please see this brief video.

    At-Home COVID-19 Tests

    Report at-home COVID-19 test results here.

    Locally, individuals may pick up a free test kit at the Health Department offices in Fort Collins and Loveland from 8:30AM-4:00PM (NOTE: Loveland office is closed 12PM-1PM daily).

    • Fort Collins - 1525 Blue Spruce Drive
    • Loveland - 200 Peridot Avenue

    Local COVID-19 Testing Locations: 

    Testing Site Address Hours Test Types Additional Info

    Various locations  in Fort Collins, Loveland, Estes Park




    Varies by location



    Must have or create a MyHealthConnection account in order to register. Sign in or sign up for a MyHealthConnection account here
    BestMed Urgent Care - formerly Nova Health and Stitches Acute Care Center

    7950 6th St, Wellington


    M-F 8 AM-7PM

    Sat & Sun 9AM-4PM


    Rapid Antigen

    Walk-Ins Welcome

    Patients responsible for any charges not covered by insurance. 

    King Soopers Little Clinic 

    1842 N College Ave., Fort Collins

    M-F 8:30AM-7:30PM


    Rapid antigen

    Rapid antibody

    Appointments are strongly encouraged. Register online here.

    Patient responsible for any charges not covered by insurance. 

    Same day appointments may be available. 

    King Soopers Pharmacy

    (non Little Clinic locations)

    Various locations throughout Larimer County 


    M-F 9 AM-8 PM
    Sat 10 AM-6 PM
    Sun 10 AM-5 PM
    Rapid antibody  Appointments are recommended. Schedule online here. 

    M-F 9:30AM- 5 PM

    Sat & Sun 10AM - 5PM

    Rapid diagnostic 

    **PCR test available at select locations

    Must register online for an appointment. 

    No same day appointments available

    All testing is drive-thru


    Pediatric Urgent Care of Northern Colorado

    4845 Weitzel St., Ste. 101, Timnath

    M-F 8 AM-8 PM

    Sat. & Sun. 10 AM-4 PM

    Rapid antigen

    Rapid diagnostic

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

    Appointments strongly recommended. To schedule an appointment, call 970-494-2626. 


    NOCO Community Urgent Care 1159 Eagle Drive, Loveland

    M-F 8 AM- 8 PM

    Sat. & Sun. 9 AM- 4 PM


    Walk-ins accepted. 

    $40 visit fee for those without insurance. Additional test charges may apply. 


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

    Walk-ins accepted. 

    No charge for test with COVID-19 symptoms present. 

    $75 test and $150 appointment charge for those without insurance. 



    Note: Testing may also be available at other clinics or sites and we recommend contacting your primary care provider to inquire about additional options.  

    More information about testing in Colorado:

    For additional information about COVID-19 testing in Colorado, visit the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) testing webpage here: Testing for COVID-19.

    If you're looking for testing because you are having symptoms or have been exposed:

    Should I get re-tested?

    Getting retested with a molecular test like a RT-PCR after recovering from COVID-19 is not necessary or recommended. It is possible for someone to test positive for up to 3 months after recovering from COVID-19, even though they are not spreading the virus. Once someone who has COVID-19 is 5 days from the first day they have symptoms, their symptoms have improved, and they have been fever-free for 24 hours without using fever-reducing medicines (such as Ibuprofen), they may discontinue isolation as long as they wear a well fitting mask for 5 additional days. There is still a risk of transmission on days 6-10 after the start of their symptoms.  An employer should not require an employee to test negative if the employee is past the release date indicated on their isolation order.

    Antibody Testing

    Talk with your health care provider if you’re interested in an antibody test. There are few FDA-authorized antibody tests so few of these tests have had the evaluation and testing to prove that they can provide trustworthy results. Some tests may only detect if you’ve been exposed to the virus, but can't determine if you are immune. Read more about antibody testing for COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention here.

    Interested in donating COVID-19 convalescent plasma?

    What is convalescent plasma?

    The management of COVID-19 has mainly focused on infection prevention, case detection and monitoring, and supportive care. There is no specific anti-SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) treatment recommended at this time because of the absence of evidence, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

    However, people who recover (convalesce) from COVID-19 make antibodies against the virus in the plasma component of their blood. And evidence shows that this convalescent plasma can be used as a treatment for patients with COVID-19 without the occurrence of severe adverse events.

    UCHealth has already treated patients using this blood and is looking to identify potential donors of convalescent COVID-19 plasma to be able to treat more COVID-positive patients across the state.

    Do I qualify?

    COVID-19 convalescent plasma may only be collected from COVID-19 recovered individuals if they are eligible to donate blood.

    You must have:

    What if I had symptoms of COVID-19, but never got a test?

    If you suffered from a respiratory illness over the last eight weeks and believe you may have been exposed to COVID-19, you may be eligible to donate plasma in the near future. Please fill out the forms below. Then, if the opportunity arises for you to donate plasma, coordinators will follow up with you soon. 

    How can I learn more about convalescent plasma donation?

    In Northern Colorado: To learn more or to schedule a convalescent plasma donation, contact Kaitlin Zobel: 970.495.8987, or fill out this form and someone will contact you. Details on their process and scheduling can be found here.

    COVID-19 and Monkeypox Information

    Call: 970-498-5500
    Text: 970-999-1770
    Email COVID-19 questions to: covidconcerns@larimer.org