Symptoms of COVID-19 include mild to severe respiratory illness with sore throat, cough, fever and, for more severe cases, difficulty breathing. For the latest information on symptoms, visit the CDC.
This location is open to the public with at least one of the symptoms/conditions specified in the criteria below. No appointment is needed. Testing is available to patients with or without a doctor order.
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., or while supplies last.
If capacity is reached and hours of operation are changed, signage will be posted at the gate 12 entrance of the fairgrounds.
Must be 10 years of age or older
- All individuals with COVID-19 symptoms. These include:
- Fever, chills, or Repeated Shaking
- Cough or Sore Throat
- Shortness of Breath
- Loss of Taste or Smell
- Muscle Pain
- Runny or Congested Nose
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Close contacts of confirmed cases.
- Individuals who are asymptomatic (having no symptoms of COVID 19), who fall into one of the following categories:
- Live in higher risk congregate care facilities including skilled nursing facilities, residential care facilities for the elderly, correctional facilities, or homeless shelters.
- Work in the health care sector who have frequent interactions with the public or with people who may have COVID-19 or have been exposed to SARS-CoV-2. The health care sector includes: hospitals; skilled nursing facilities; long-term care facilities; ambulatory surgery centers; health care providers' offices; health care clinics; pharmacies; blood banks; dialysis centers; hospices; and, home health providers
- Work in a congregate care facility, including shelters for people experience homelessness and residential care facilities for the elderly.
- Provide care to an elderly person or a person with a disability in the home, including a person providing care through California's In-Home Supportive Services Program.
- Work in the emergency services sector who have frequent interactions with the public or with people who may have COVID-19 or have been exposed to SARS-CoV-2. The emergency services sector includes police and public safety departments, fire departments, and emergency service response operations.
- Work in a correctional facility.
- Patients requiring pre-operative/pre-hospital admission screening.
- Patients being discharged from hospitals to lower levels of care.
- The following individuals who are asymptomatic (having no symptoms of COVID 19), and work in one of the following sectors who have frequent interactions with the public or who works in an environment where it is not practical to maintain at least six feet of space from other workers on a consistent basis:
- Individuals who work in the retail or manufacturing sectors
- Individuals who work in the food services sector including grocery stores, convenience stores, restaurants, and grocery or meal delivery services.
- Individuals who work in the agricultural or food manufacturing sector including food production and processing facilities, slaughter facilities, harvesting sites or facilities, and food packing facilities.
- Individuals who work in the public transportation sector including public transit, passenger rail service, passenger ferry service, public airports, and commercial airlines.
- Individuals who work in the education sector including public and private childcare establishments, pre-kindergarten programs, primary and secondary schools, and colleges and universities.