COVID-19 testing is now available to all New Jerseyans. Expanding access to COVID-19 testing is a core principle of New Jersey’s recovery plan for promoting and restoring public and economic health.
New Jersey will increase its testing capacity and increase to at least 25,000 tests completed per day by the end of June.
The Departments of Health, Labor, and Agriculture, with Federally Qualified Health Centers, have developed a plan and are working with farms across the state to test seasonal farm workers.
New Jersey will utilize mobile testing units to directly serve communities of color, the homeless, and underserved residents, and will open testing sites within institutions of faith, including churches, synagogues, and mosques.
You should get tested if:
– You are experiencing symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, sore throat, muscle pain, shivering, headache, or new loss of taste or smell)
– You have been in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19
– You are an essential worker (health care worker, first responder, food service worker, or transit worker)
Use this self-assessment tool to determine what actions you can take to protect you and your loved ones’ health and help determine whether you should be tested for COVID-19. You can complete this assessment for yourself or on behalf of someone else, if they are not able.
You could have COVID-19 and not even know it.
Find out if you have COVID-19 so you can prevent the spread of this disease by visiting Covid19.NJ.gov/pages/testing#test-sites
Protect yourself and save the lives of your family, neighbors, co-workers and community by getting tested.