Join your fellow Californians in fighting coronavirus. Knowing where coronavirus is circulating in our communities will help us block its spread. A few drops of blood from your finger is all that's needed to help us all get back to the California we love.
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We send invitations to a random selection of households in your county.
If your household is selected and signs up, we will send you a box of testing kits for up to three members of your household.
You scan the code on your kit, take a survey, and prick your finger to place blood spots on a piece of filter paper.
Send the kit back to us for testing and we will deliver your results. We will also help you to interpret these results and provide updated recommendations from the health department.
Your household has been invited to participate in a research study. We seek to learn who in the county may have been infected with the coronavirus, perhaps even without knowing it.
Resources for you if you are participating in the study or have questions about COVID-19
A negative result can mean one of these three things:
A positive result can mean one of two things:
No matter whether you test positive or negative, you should continue to follow all the recommendations of your county's Public Health Department, such as the shelter-in-place order..
The best place for information is your county's Public Health Department. They are there to keep you safe and informed.
For Santa Clara County, go to: https://www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19/Pages/coronavirus-facts.aspx
For Solano County, go to: http://www.solanocounty.com/depts/ph/ncov.asp