In observance of the Juneteenth federal and state holiday, all Douglas County Government offices will be closed Wednesday, June 19. Offices will reopen on Thursday, June 20, for normal business.



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COVID-19 Testing

Douglas County residents with symptoms of COVID-19 or who have had a recent exposure to COVID-19 should get tested. Getting tested helps slow the spread of COVID-19 and allows you to protect others at risk of serious illness.

If you have expired COVID-19 at-home test kits, the expiration date may have been extended. Before discarding old test kits, check for an expiration date extension.

Over the Counter (Home) Test Kits

Home test kits are available locally and through mail order:

  • Get at-home tests for Medicaid participants through Health First Colorado.
  • Community organizations, including assisted living and independent living long term care facilities, child cares and preschools, and faith-based organizations, can currently request COVID-19 test kits; requests are filled based on availability. Complete the online request form.
  • Tests are also available at local pharmacies.

No-Cost Testing Sites

The Increasing Community Access to Testing (ICATT) program provides no-cost testing sites to communities through a partnership between the federal government, state and local jurisdictions, and a federal testing contractor.

People without health insurance do not have to pay for COVID-19 testing at ICATT locations. The tests are billed to third-party payers, such as Medicare, Medicaid, and private health insurers, to increase program sustainability. Locate an ICATT testing site near you.

Test to Treat Program

The federal Test to Treat program allows you to get tested for COVID-19, get a prescription for treatment from a health care provider (if the test is positive and treatment is appropriate), and have your prescription filled – all at one location. Some Test to Treat locations may accept a positive at-home test or test from another provider. To be effective, COVID-19 treatments must begin early in the course of illness.

Test to Treat sites in Douglas County:

  • King Soopers Pharmacy, 5544 Promenade Parkway, Castle Rock, CO 80108, 303-562-9131
  • King Soopers Pharmacy, 17761 Cottonwood Dr. Parker, CO 80134, 303- 334-9548
  • King Soopers Pharmacy, 12959 S Parker Rd, Parker, CO 80134, 303-840-7683
  • King Soopers Pharmacy, 9551 S University Blvd, Littleton, CO 80126, 303-470-6445

Locate additional Test to Treat sites outside Douglas County.

Who Should Get Tested

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, which can feel like a cold, you should get tested immediately, even if you are up to date on your COVID-19 vaccines.

If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, wait five full days after you were exposed to get tested, even if you are up to date on your COVID-19 vaccines. If you develop symptoms, test immediately and begin isolation.

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