Update on LA City and County Testing Site Availability
Currently, the registration website for COVID-19 testing at the LA City and County supported sites is showing no appointments available. All available appointments this week are full. The lack of availability is primarily due to LA City not opening slots for registration at City-operated sites beyond tomorrow, June 24, as they migrate to a new vendor and registration platform; in addition to paring back testing sites and slots.
All LA County supported testing sites, which had appointments opened through Friday, June 26, are also full. LA County is also experiencing high demand at the State-supported testing sites, which are full for the remainder of the week.
We encourage all individuals to call their primary care provider if they are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19. If you do not have insurance and need help connecting with a healthcare provider, call 211. Testing capacity within the established health system has improved greatly over the past weeks and months; wherever possible, individuals should receive testing in consultation with their personal provider to ensure ongoing continuity of care and optimal follow-up.
There are some “Additional Testing Sites” that are run independently from the County or State that still do have same day or next day availability. Individuals can visit covid19.lacounty.gov/testing/ for a list of sites that have availability and to register.
Later today, more appointments will open for LA County supported sites for Saturday, June 27, Sunday, June 28, and Monday, June 29.
On Monday, June 29, LA County will open additional testing sites at the DHS Hubert H. Humphrey clinic and at the Wesley Health Centers (also known as JWCH) with 12 new sites. These will be added to the LA County website shortly for registration at covid19.lacounty.gov/testing.