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(Washington Court House) — Fayette County Public Health (FCPH) is offering at-home COVID 19 test kits while supplies last. The test must be completed online under the guidance of a medical professional. This is done with an app that can be downloaded to a computer or smartphone.
There is no cost. The person taking the test must be 4 years or older and must be exhibiting at least one symptom of COVID-19. There is a limit of 3 per household.
Reliable internet access or a smartphone is needed to complete the test. If you do not have reliable internet access, visit faycohd.org for a list of testing providers. Fayette County Public Health is unable to issue release of isolation letters for at-home tests that are not proctored online.
To get a kit via the curbside delivery process: Send a person (not the sick person) to pick up a test from the health department located at 317 S. Fayette Street.
The person picking up the test must have the name, date of birth, and email address of the person who is taking the test. If the sick person is 17 or younger, please provide a parent’s email. The person picking up the test should:
- Go to Fayette County Public Health located at 317 S. Fayette Street, Washington Court House;
- Park as directed by the signs and stay in car;
- Call 740-335-5910 & ask for a test kit;
- Wait for a staff member to bring paperwork.
Once the paperwork is complete, you will receive a test kit or kits and instructions.
FCPH is closed on Monday, October 11 for Columbus Day but curbside distribution of test kits will be offered from 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. Please park near the doors and a staff member will come out to assist you.