Should I get COVID-19 antibody testing?

The COVID-19 antibody (IgG) test identifies the presence of antibodies that indicate that a person had an immune response to COVID-19. A positive result indicates that you may have had previous exposure to COVID-19 and your body has developed antibodies. If you feel sick or currently have a COVID-19 infection, you are not eligible for this test. Please wait until 3 days after your symptoms have completely disappeared. If you would like to be tested for antibodies, please take the survey below to see if you qualify.


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Find testing near you

You can find pharmacists who are offering both COVID-19 testing and antibody testing (to test immunity or a previous infection) near you with the COVID-19 Pharmacy Testing Network. Follow the steps below to find testing near you.


Step 1: Select what type of test you want to get.


Step 2: Select a pharmacy where you can get tested.


Step 3: Complete the health review with the pharmacy.


Step 4: Arrive at the pharmacy at your scheduled time and check in.


Step 5: Follow the instructions from the pharmacist to get your test.

Additional information

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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