COVID Testing Options: Spring 2022

Testing for asymptomatic people (people who are not currently sick):

Greenfield Community College is hosting a Curative (PCR) testing site: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1pm – 4pm. Walk-ins accepted. Bring ID and insurance card, if you have one. Book an appointment & more info here: https://book.curative.com/sites/35435

Greenfield Health Department: Antigen tests for anyone, 7-10 AM Monday, Weds, Friday — no appointment necessary. 20 Sanderson Street, Greenfield.

Montague Health Department: Antigen tests for anyone, Tuesdays from 9-12 at Town Hall Annex (4/5-5/31). Walk-ins welcome.

Walgreen’s at https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/category/covid-19 

CVS in Greenfield is no longer offering PCR testing

South County Senior Center, 67 N Main Street, South Deerfield. Free PCR tests for anyone: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:30am-12:30pm. Walk-ins accepted. Bring insurance info if possible. Register & more info here: https://book.curative.com/sites/34744

Take-Home Tests donated by Massachusetts Dept of Public Health are available at the FRCOG, and all FRCOG Public Health Nurse Walk-In Wellness Clinics (click here for towns and times).

Free Government Tests: Yes! Again! Every U.S. household can order an additional set of 4 at-home COVID-19 tests from the federal government. This means every home is eligible to receive a total of 8 free tests. Get Free At-Home COVID Tests (Updated May 17, 2022)

How to get a free rapid test from a pharmacy

Where to find free at-home tests

Testing for people with symptoms:

  • Medical Providers with onsite testing for their patients include the Community Health Center of Franklin County, Baystate Medical Practices, and Valley Medical Group. If you are a patient at one of these practices and are experiencing symptoms, contact them directly.
  • Baystate Franklin Medical Center: https://www.baystatehealth.org/covid19/testing  Daily testing in Greenfield at 33 Riddell St.  You must schedule an appointment to be tested by calling 413-795-TEST and you will need a physician referral.

 

At-home testing