# Covid testing
You Can Order Free COVID-19 Tests Right Now
Set of blood test vials arranged on pink tablePhoto by Alena Shekhovtcova from Pexels. Since the pandemic started, we all want to end it as soon as possible. We already have many vaccines, tests, and life is slowly going back to normal.
Tarrant County Warning of Fraudulent COVID-19 Testing Sites
The Tarrant County DA is warning against fraudulent COVID testing sites.Mufid Majnun/Unsplash. As Tarrant County continues to deal with the increasing surge in omicron variant cases, the Tarrant County District Attorney is warning residents of possible fraudulent COVID-19 testing sites. These sites only want to steal personal information.
Coast to Coast Health Leaders Urging People with Mild COVID-19 Symptoms Not to Go to ER
From coast to coast health officials are urging people with mild Covid symptoms not to go to the ER. “Unless you’re severely ill, please, please, do not go to an emergency room for COVID symptoms and especially not just to get tested," Dr. Michael Schooff of CHI Health said.
Test Lines Continue Well Into 2022 Thanks To COVID-19 Surge
Cases of COVID-19 have continued to surge at immense levels across the United States. In Maryland specifically, the Department of Health paused reporting for December 31 and January 1. However, the latest numbers reported on Thursday demonstrate over 14,000 new cases (a single-day increase record) with hospitalizations totaling past 2,100.
Covid Test Wait Exceeds 3 Hours Days Following Christmas
Traffic at the Boulder County Fairgrounds Covid Testing site has increased over 238% with wait times averaging around 3 hours to get tested. We're showing you the line of cars wrapping around the fairgrounds and out into the street two days after the Christmas holiday. Will you be getting tested as the holiday season comes to a close? How long did you have to wait to get your covid test? Let us know in the comments down below!
Gov. Evers says Wisconsin is ready to take on future Covid-19 surges
Recently, Governor Tony Evers sat down with TMJ4 News and talked about the possibility of an upcoming wave of COVID-19 cases as the Omicron variant spreads. When asked if the state was prepared for a surge with Omicron, Evers had this to say: "Well, I think yes, the answer is yes. We've worked with our good folks at the county levels and the municipal levels for the whole time, and I know they're ready and able to take it on."
Holyoke Medical Center main campus relocates COVID testing area
Holyoke Medical Center's designated COVID-19 Testing site on the main campus of the hospital has been relocated to the Auxiliary Conference Center around toward the back of the facility. Those looking to be tested should follow the posted signage for directions, then call the number listed on the signs from their car when they arrive at the hospital grounds. Please remain in your car until asked to enter the facility to be tested.