Covid-19 PCR Testing
Due to recent changes in Federal coverage for COVID testing, certain medical necessity criteria must now be met for free testing. Check with your insurance provider to see if your test will be covered. Payment may be due at time of testing.
To register your Covid PCR Test kit, click below.
If you received an email or text message that your results are available to be accessed, please click on the Portal Login link below.
How The COVID-19 Testing Process Works
Step 1. Pick up your at-home COVID-19 collection kit.
Step 2. Register your kit on the registration portal. see link below. Insurance plan information or payment must be made at time of registration.
Step 3. Collect your specimen according to the instructions in the test kit.
Step 4. Drop your specimen kit off at the Giant Pharmacy location where you picked up your kit. Test kits must be dropped off by 4:00 pm.
You must register your COVID-19 Test kit by clicking the button below. Please note that persons under the age of 18 must have their test registered by an adult.
Scan Me with your phone to register your test kit
If you have been notified that your test results are ready, click the link below. You will be required to log in to the results port using the email address and password you provided when you registered you test kit. If you don’t remember your password, you will be able to reset your password.
How Long Does COVID-19 testing take?
Tests must be dropped off before 4:00 pm. Your results will be ready within 48 hours. You will receive an email when your results are ready to be viewed.
Is COVID-19 testing free?
Recent changes in federal funding for COVID-19 tests changed eligibility for no-cost testing. Only persons currently experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have been directly exposed to someone confirmed with COVID-19 my be eligible for free testing.* Check with your health insurance plan to see if they offer no-cost COVID-19 testing based on medical necessity. Medical necessity may include people who are symptomatic, have a high-risk condition, are pregnant, or have had a recent exposure to a confirmed positive COVID-19 case. If you choose to have your test submitted to your health insurance and the claim is denied, you will be responsible to pay for the test fee.
* You should contact your medical insurer before submitting your test specimen to confirm if your test will be covered. You will be billed by the laboratory for up to the full price of the test if your insurance plan denies coverage.