GET TESTED / REPORT A TEST RESULT

Grand County Testing Options are listed in the table below.

COVID-19 Testing for Travel -  Events/agencies/airlines may require a negative PCR test with 72 hours, or negative antigen test within 24 hours. It is the traveler's responsibility to plan ahead.  

Please click here for CDC International Traveler resources and here for GCPH Travel Resources and vaccines. 

If you test positive for COVID-19 with a HOME ANTIGEN/RAPID test - please follow the instructions listed here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1B6MhzxQPAauYBGSDmJnBMf1God0b77r4/view

To report your positive home test result to public health, go to covidrapidtests.colorado.gov. Create an account, then select test type “At-home antigen - self reported”

If you test positive for COVID-19 

Si una prueba de detección contra el COVID-19 le dio positivo- 

  • Puede que califique para un tratamiento terapéutico que facilitará su recuperación. Si tiene síntomas de leves a moderados, sus síntomas empezaron en los últimos días y corre el riesgo de enfermarse de gravedad a causa de COVID-19, llame a su médico de cabecera o proveedor de atención médica tan pronto como pueda para preguntarles sobre el tratamiento. Aprenda más sobre estos tratamientos visitando https://covid19.colorado.gov/espanol/acceder-al-tratamiento
Entity Test symptomatic & 
asymptomatic patients?
Type of test(s)
available
Cost Contact / Location

Days & Times
Testing is Available
AT-HOME COVID-19 Test Kits**  Both Antigen (rapid) tests - know your result in 15 minutes FREE - available to pick-up throughout the county



Order free test kits online https://www.covid.gov/tests

Pick-up locations-Granby: 
Library (drive-up window)
Grand Fire District building 

WP/Fraser:
East Grand Fire

Grand Lake:
Grand Lake Fire

Hot Sulphur Springs:
GC Public Health (120 Moffat Ave)
Rural Health Network office (416 Byers Ave)


**Please note - the expiration date of the orange iHome test kits has been extended an additional 90 days from the expiration date listed on the box.
Grand County Public Health Both
Walk-ins only (no appointments)
GCPH provides free rapid Antigen tests
(15-minute tests) to address outbreak
and surveillance testing needs. If you
receive a negative antigen result, but
are feeling symptomatic, GCPH recommends getting a PCR test. 
No charge

Know your result in 15 minutes.

You will receive a verified result letter via email from Grand County Public Health within 12 hours of testing (to use for travel, verification for employment, etc.)
970-725-3288

620 Hemlock St.
(corner of Hemlock St and Moffat Ave)
Hot Sulphur Springs
Tuesdays AND Thursdays
10am to 12pm

620 Hemlock St.
(corner of Hemlock St and Moffat Ave)
Hot Sulphur Springs

Middle Park Health 
Kremmling 
WALK-INS for ASYMPTOMATIC ONLY - PCR Only PCR - State lab (2-5 days for result)

In-house PCR Respiratory panel (1-2 days result)
No charge (State Lab)

$150 cash or Rx from a provider to bill insurance
Kremmling: 
970-724-3136
214 S. 4th St.
Monday-Friday 
8am-5pm
Middle Park Health
Granby
WALK-INS for ASYMPTOMATIC ONLY - PCR Only PCR - State lab (2-5 days for result)

In-house PCR Respiratory panel (1-2 days result)
No charge (State Lab)

$150 cash or Rx from a provider to bill insurance
Granby:
1000 Granby Park Dr. S

Monday-Friday 
8am-5pm
Denver Health Symptomatic ONLY with a doctor visit and order.

PCR  
Base of Winter Park Ski Resort
970-726-4299
During business hours
Byers Peak Family Medicine Symptomatic ONLY; all patients must call
ahead for appointment
    78878 Hwy40
Winter Park
970-722-0300
During business hours
Fraser Medical Clinic Symptomatic ONLY; all patients must call
ahead for appointment
    45 CR 804 #210
Fraser
970-726-6778
During business hours
Safeway Pharmacy Test kit available for purchase; 
No onsite testing available
BinaxNow $23.99 970-726-6920 Business hours
City Market Pharmacy Asymptomatic & at least 14 days
out of quarantine or isolation
Antibody
(finger stick blood test)
$25 970-887-7150 Business hours
 
 

Test Definitions

  • PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction): Usually performed by nasal or oral swab. This test detects the generic material of the virus and can be used to test for several viruses. This is the best test currently available to determine if you have active COVID-19 on the day you are tested. However, it is possible to test PCR negative one day, and then test PCR positive the next based on when your body mounts a response to the infection.
  • Antibody (serology): A blood test that can determine if your body has viral antibodies. The presence of antibodies suggest that you have been infected with COVID-19 in the past or present. There are three types of antibodies: IgG, IgA, and IgM. IgG indicates past infections; IgA and IgM both indicate current or recent infection.
  • Antigen: A nasal swab test that looks for proteins that live on the virus' surface. This test detects COVID-19 active disease, but a negative test does not guarantee that you do not have disease.