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Coronavirus Coverage

JERICHO, NEW YORK - MARCH 21: A close-up view of a swab used by medical workers tend to administer the coronavirus test at the drive-in center at ProHealth Care on March 21, 2020 in Jericho, New York. The facility offers COVID-19 testing as more than 200,000 people in at least 144 countries have been infected, with deaths in the U.S. surpassing 200. The World Health Organization declared coronavirus (COVID-19) a global pandemic on March 11th. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Starting today (3/23/20) Delaware health systems will operate standing health facility test sites. Health care staff will test individuals who are showing coronavirus symptoms and who have been evaluated by a medical provider. Tests will be administered at no cost to the patient.  A physician order or prescription is required. If you are showing symptoms and you do not have access to a health care provider, you can call the Department of Public Health Call Center at 1-866-408-1899 , or call centers run by health care systems. Medical personnel will determine if you meet the criteria for testing and provide documentation that will give you access to testing at a standing health facility test site.


Standing health facility test sites will include:

  • New Castle County: ChristianaCare will operate two testing sites, one in Newark, one in Wilmington; Saint Francis Healthcare will operate one site in Wilmington.
  • Kent County: Bayhealth will operate one testing site in Dover.
  • Sussex County: Beebe Healthcare will operate two testing sites, one in Millsboro and one in Frankford; Nanticoke will operate one testing site in Seaford.