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FREE COVID-19 Pop-up Testing Sites

COVID-19 Testing is FREE for everyone! No health insurance or doctor’s note is required, and it does not impact your immigration status. Come and get tested Tuesday, July 28 to Saturday, August 1. Testing will be available at the locations and times below, no appointment is needed.


These pop-up sites are designed for people in the community who don’t have symptoms of COVID-19 and who live, work, or study in Santa Clara County. Those with symptoms should call their health care provider for guidance or call 1-888-334-1000 to reach a healthcare provider for further assessment. This is important to protect others at the testing site and to evaluate for other healthcare needs that could be causing the symptoms. All Pop-up sites are open to all ages; individuals under 12 years old need parental consent. 


In order to facilitate the testing process and reduce waiting times, staff may distribute wristbands that will correspond to specific testing time windows. When patients receive a wristband, they may be asked to return during their assigned testing window. Once all wristbands have been handed out, capacity has been reached and the testing site can no longer take additional patients for the day.​

Test Results

People who test positive at one of the Pop-up testing sites will receive a phone call within three to four days, or as soon as the next day. People who test negative at one of the Pop-up sites will receive an email (in multiple languages) within five days. People who test negative with no email on file will receive a letter in postal mail within 10 days. Be sure to answer all calls and check your messages after getting tested at a Pop-up site.



Oak Grove High School (Student Center) 285 Blossom Hill Rd. San Jose, CA 95123 Tuesday to Friday, July 28 - 31, 1 pm to 6 pm Saturday, August 31, 9 am to 2 pm


Santa Clara County Office of Education (San Jose Room) 1290 Ridder Park San Jose, CA 95131 Tuesday to Friday, July 28 - 31, 10 am to 3 pm

To find more testing locations near you, visit SCCfreetest.org or call 2-1-1

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