Where can I get tested?

KDHE continues to provide testing for all Kansans with no out of pocket fees through March 20th. As part of the Kansas Unified Testing Strategy, WellHealth will continue to provide free saliva-based testing today and every day, except Sundays, holidays, and severe weather days from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at 419 Holiday Drive in Manhattan. Appointments are recommended and can be made online at https://www.gogettested.com/kansas . In addition to WellHealth, if a person has a referral from their doctor’s office and makes an appointment, they can receive rapid testing at the Health Department.

Results take an average of 48 - 72 hours and all participants will be contacted. 

In partnership with RADXUP there are also free mobile testing events scheduled throughout the month of March across the county. 

  • Saliva-based testing
  • Please wear a mask to event
  • No food or drink 30 min before

March 3rd 10am - 12pm, Chase Street and West Chase Street, (baseball field) Leonardville

March 8th 10am - 12pm, NE Community Park, 680 Knox Lane, Manhattan

March 10th, 4pm-6pm, Manhattan Public Library, 629 Poyntz Avenue

March 17th, 4pm-6pm, Riley Swimming Pool, 200 North Clay Street, Riley 

Watch a video about the nasal swab testing process at https://fb.watch/2owZ8Jff8H/ 

Questions about free testing? Please call the Riley County Health Department at (785) 776-4779 during regular business hours. 

K-State students should contact Lafene Health Center to get tested.  785-532-6544 https://www.k-state.edu/lafene/ 

You can also be tested at your own doctor’s office. Please call ahead for instructions. 

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1. How can I get tested?
2. Where can I get tested?
3. How will I be notified of test results?
4. Do you have to have a fever to get tested?
5. What testing facilities are available in Kansas?
6. How long do test results take?
7. Is Riley County testing for antibodies?
8. What are the KDHE guidelines for testing?
9. What do I do after I get tested?
10. Do I have to quarantine after I get tested?