Free COVID-19 Testing Available at State Mobile Testing Sites in Central Illinois

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has several mobile testing teams that are dispatched to various locations around the state each week to provide COVID-19 testing. Anyone can be tested, regardless of symptoms or immigration status. There is no cost to the individual for testing, but they should bring their insurance card if they have one. However, insurance is not required. Specimens will be collected using a simple nasal swab. Drive-through and walk-up testing are both available at most locations.

Bureau County
February 12
Henry United Methodist Church
225 Lincoln St., Henry
8am – 4pm

Bureau County
February 14
Bureau County Fairgrounds
811 W. Peru St., Princeton
8am – 4pm

Fayette County
February 9 and 14
Fayette County Health Department
416 W. Edwards St., Vandalia
8am – 4pm

Jersey County
February 11
Jersey County Health Department
1307 State Hwy. 109, Jerseyville
8am – 4pm

Knox County
February 10
Northwoods Church
940 W. Fremont St, Galesburg
8am – 4pm

Macon County
February 8, 10, and 12-13
Decatur Civic Center
1 Gary K. Anderson Plaza, Decatur
8am – 4pm

McDonough County
February 11
WIU Tanner Circle
740 W. University Dr., Macomb
8am – 4pm

Mercer County
February 8
Mercer County Health Department
305 NW 7th St., Aledo
8am – 4pm

Putnam County
February 9
McNabb Fire Station
391 IL-89, McNabb
8am – 4pm

Sangamon County
February 8, 13 and 14
Shop & Save
1755 Wabash Ave., Springfield
8am – 4pm

Schuyler County
February 10
First United Methodist Church
210 W. Jefferson St., Rushville
8am – 4pm

Vermilion County
February 12
Vermilion County Health Department
200 S. College St., Danville
8am – 4pm

Site locations are subject to change.  Please check the IDPH website for the most current mobile testing site location information. http://www.dph.illinois.gov/testing/mobile-testing-sites.