Ottawa County COVID-19 testing site updates: Coopersville testing site open tomorrow 3 pm - 7:30 pm

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January 18, 2021

Ottawa County COVID-19 testing site updates

Coopersville testing site open Tues, Jan 19 at 3 pm - 7:30 pm

Ottawa County Road Commission – Coopersville
475 N 68 Ave, Coopersville, MI 49404


Please wear a face covering/mask.
Testing results typically within 3 to 6 days. Click for post-test Instructions

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If you test positive for COVID-19, please take personal responsibility and not wait for a public health official to contact you

If you receive a positive COVID-19 test result, isolate for a minimum of 10 days from the start of your symptom(s) or your positive test date if you didn’t have symptoms. If you are, or become, hospitalized during your isolation period, or have a pre-existing medical condition that compromises your immune system, you will need to be in isolation for a minimum of 20 days. LEARN MORE

Isolation and quarantine mean staying home from work, school, gatherings, extracurricular activities and any other public place other than when seeking medical care.

Drive-thru Testing Sites

No-cost diagnostic testing is available for anyone with or without symptoms. Parental/ guardian consent is required for minors. No screening and no appointment are needed. Please bring a form of ID (e.g., state or country issued ID or paperwork with your name and address [bill, mail or paystub]). Please wear a face covering/mask.

COVID-19 testing is an important tool in helping to understand the scope of community-wide spread and making data-informed decisions on how to best protect the people of Ottawa County. If you have COVID-like symptoms and/or have been in close contact with someone infected with the new coronavirus please get tested and self-quarantine. Contact your primary care provider for any medical needs. 

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