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Looking for a COVID-19 test? Here’s where to go in Kansas City

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Posted at 10:29 AM, Dec 21, 2021
and last updated 2022-01-21 19:28:11-05

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The surge of COVID-19 cases associated with the omicron variant has many across Kansas City scrambling for COVID-19 tests.

There are several testing resources Kansas Citians can access to help line up a drive-thru test.

On the Missouri side, PrepareMetroKC.org has a list of COVID-19 testing by day, including events in Cass County, the Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center, University Health Lakewood and the Jackson County Health Department.

Missouri residents can also receive a test via mail by calling 626-434-3596 or visiting the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services website.

On the Kansas side, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment maintains an interactive map on its website showing several dozen testing sites.

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services offers a similar listing of local testing locations.

RideKC also does COVID-19 at its transit centers.

COVID-19 testing (PCR) is open to the public at these locations at no cost:

Many individual county and city health departments also maintain websites offering COVID-19 testing information:
Jackson County, Missouri
Johnson County, Kansas
Wyandotte County, Kansas
Kansas City, Missouri
Clay County, Missouri
Cass County, Missouri
Platte County, Missouri
Leavenworth County, Kansas