COVID-19 Testing Sites

Community COVID-19 testing sites are being held throughout San Bernardino County. Samples will be collected using a swab in the nostril or in the mouth. These samples are then sent to a lab to test for the virus that causes COVID-19 (SARS‑CoV‑2 virus).

The following are indoor testing sites hosted by San Bernardino County and are open to the general public by appointment only, Monday – Friday (unless otherwise noted). No symptoms are required and testing is FREE. You will be asked for health insurance information when registering so that your insurance is billed directly. You will not be charged a co-pay or share of cost for the test. If you do not have insurance or do not want to provide it, you will still get tested. All clients are required to wear a face covering during the appointment.

VIDEO: Self-Swab COVID-19 Test: Step-by-Step Guide. It’s simple, quick and painless!
VIDEO (en Español): Prueba de COVID-19 Auto-Administrada: Guía Paso a Paso. ¡Es simple, rápido y sin dolor!


Appointment registration system works best with Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge web browsers.

See all County testing sites below. Please do not call the venues about testing or appointments.

*Newberry Springs Senior Center*
33383 Newberry Rd., Newberry Springs
September 23 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

* Grand Terrace Senior Center*
22627 Grand Terrace Rd., Grand Terrace
September 24 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

*Ruth O. Harris Middle School*
11150 Alder Ave., Bloomington
September 26 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

*Lytle Creek Community Center*
14082 Center Rd., Lytle Creek
September 30 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Appointment registration will open September 27

*Ecclesia Christian Fellowship*
1314 E. Date St., San Bernardino
October 2 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Appointment registration will open September 29

*Loveland Church*
17977 Merrill Ave., Fontana
October 6 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Appointment registration will open October 3

Jessie Turner Health and Fitness Community Center
15556 Summit Ave., Fontana
Use Citrus Avenue to get to Knox Avenue. There are no left hand turns into Fontana Park off of Knox Avenue

Percy Bakker Center
9333 E Ave., Hesperia

Copper Mountain College (Bell Center)
6162 Rotary Way, Joshua Tree

Kid’s Station
4985 Richton St., Montclair

Ontario Convention Center (North)
1947 Convention Center Way, Ontario

Rancho Sports Center
8303 Rochester Ave., Rancho Cucamonga

Citrus Valley High School
800 W. Pioneer Ave., Redlands
Enter testing site on Texas Street

Department of Behavioral Health Auditorium
850 E. Foothill Blvd., Rialto

National Orange Show (NOS) (The Dome)
689 S. E St., San Bernardino
Enter testing site at Gate 4 off Mill Street

Victor Valley College
71 Mojave Fish Hatchery Rd., Victorville

400 N. Pepper Ave., Colton

ARMC testing is a drive-through testing site and is open to the general public by appointment only, Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tests are at no charge to the patients.

To make an appointment, please call the ARMC Referral Center at 1-855-422-8029.
Click here to learn more about drive-through testing at ARMC.


San Bernardino County Health Centers provide services for underserved and vulnerable populations in the county. Testing at County Health Centers is held indoors and open to the general public by appointment only, Monday – Friday from 1 – 5 p.m.

Adelanto Health Center
11336 Bartlett Ave., Suite 11, Adelanto

Barstow Health Center
303 E. Mountain View St., Barstow

Hesperia Health Center
16453 Bear Valley Rd., Hesperia

Ontario Health Center
150 E. Holt Blvd., Ontario

San Bernardino Health Center
606 E. Mill St., San Bernardino

Click here to learn more about the Health Centers’ patient qualifications and how to make an appointment

State testing sites are hosted by OptumServe in partnership with the California Department of Public Health. All State testing sites are held indoors and are open to the general public by appointment only, Monday – Friday from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Testing is free for all individuals, including those who are uninsured, underinsured, undocumented, or homeless.


Participants without internet can call (888) 634-1123 to make an appointment. Please do not call the venues about testing or appointments.


Apple Valley – James A. Woody Community Center
13467 Navajo Rd., Apple Valley

Bloomington – Ayala Park
18313 Valley Blvd., Bloomington

Chino – Neighborhood Activity Center
5201 D St., Chino

The following testing sites are held at private clinics throughout the county. Costs may be associated with services provided by the clinics. Please contact the clinic directly regarding testing.

Indoor and Drive-Through Testing | No Appointment Necessary, First Come First Serve

974 W. Foothill Blvd., Upland
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Testing results usually available in 48 hours. All health insurances accepted. Low-cost cash rate for uninsured. Click here for more information or call (909) 981-2273.

IEHP Members Only | Indoor Testing | Appointment Only

2680 E. Riverside Dr., Ontario
Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

IEHP members can call (909) 630-7927 to schedule an appointment.

Indoor and Drive-Through Testing | No Appointment Necessary

Indoor Testing

284 E. Highland Ave., San Bernardino
Daily from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Drive-Through Testing

284 E. Highland Ave., San Bernardino
Daily from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

All insurances accepted, except Kaiser and HMO plans not based in San Bernardino County or Riverside County. No out-of-pocket expense for testing. Please bring your ID and insurance card. Uninsured patients are also eligible for testing under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Coronavirus swab testing and antibody testing both available. Click here for more information about this testing site.

Drive-Through Testing (Indoor Testing Available Where Noted) | Appointment Only

Select locations in Apple Valley, Barstow, Fontana, Hesperia, Ontario, Phelan, and Victorville
Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

All patients are required to provide government issued identification, be at least 18 years old and need to pre-register online at in order to schedule a time slot for testing. Patients will be asked to provide health insurance information to schedule an appointment. Most health insurance plans will cover the full cost of testing, at no expense to the patient. If patient does not have insurance, there will be no charges for the services provided.

IEHP Members Only | Drive-Through Testing | Appointment Only

250 S. G St., San Bernardino
Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

IEHP members can call (909) 771-2911 to speak to a provider to determine testing needs. Click here to learn more about drive-through testing at SAC Health System.

Indoor Testing | Appointment Only

All locations offer nasal swab testing and antibody testing. IEHP and most insurances are accepted. Uninsured patients can get tested at no cost under the CARES Act.

Daily from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Colton Urgent Care Center
1181 N. Mt. Vernon Ave., Colton
Phone: (909) 639-8800 | Fax: (909) 639-6800
Click here for more information about testing and scheduling an appointment.

Redlands Urgent Care Center
301 W. Redlands Blvd., Redlands
Phone: (909) 335-1900 | Fax: (909) 335-0705
Click here for more information about testing and scheduling an appointment.

Yucaipa Urgent Care Center
33494 Oak Glen Rd., Yucaipa
Phone: (909) 797-8900 | Fax: (909) 797-5800
Click here for more information about testing and scheduling an appointment.

Indoor and Drive-Through Testing | Appointment Only

Please call the location you would like to visit to make an appointment before arriving at the location.

Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
(Hours may vary depending on location)

West Point Medical Center – Fontana
7774 Cherry Ave., Fontana
(909) 355-1296, option 1

West Point Medical Center – San Bernardino
1800 Medical Center Dr., Suite 99, San Bernardino
(909) 880-6400, option 1

West Point Medical Center – Rancho Cucamonga
8520 Archibald Ave, Suite B, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 481-3909, option 1

Click here for more information about this testing site.


The County has significantly expanded COVID-19 testing over the past several months. Since the pandemic began in March, we have conducted more than 280,000 PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests, which indicate whether a person is currently infected with the coronavirus. We have also conducted approximately 20,000 serological tests, which may show whether an individual has antibodies indicating they successfully fought off the disease.

San Bernardino County is currently operating 11 COVID-19 testing sites, strategically located throughout the 20,000-square-mile County, as well as four County Health Centers that provide care to underserved and vulnerable populations. In partnership with the California Department of Public Health, we also have three state testing sites in the county. Please refer to the State Testing sites tab. Additionally, private clinics, certain Rite-Aid Pharmacy locations, and HMO-operated facilities are also offering COVID-19 testing.

In the early weeks of the pandemic, testing was limited to certain at-risk individuals or frontline healthcare workers. However, we are now encouraging everyone to get tested — whether or not you have shown any symptoms of the disease.

Studies have shown that many infected people show no symptoms of the disease, otherwise known as an asymptomatic carrier. That means that most of the people who carry the virus do not know it. Simply put, it’s possible that thousands of infected people could unknowingly spread the disease.

Moreover, our ability to open certain sectors of the economy and keep them open depends on our meeting certain criteria set by the state of California. These indicators include the number of test conducted and positivity rates. If we can show we are testing a large number of people — while keeping the percentage who test positive down — we can avoid further restrictions from the state and reopen sooner.

Getting tested is easy. You will first need to make an appointment on the COVID-19 Testing Sites web page, which can be accessed from the website. There may be a few different testing methods depending on the location or facility. All County-operated testing sites currently use a self-swab nasal test, while state and private sites my use other collection methods, such as a nasopharyngeal specimen collection which is a nasal swab administered by a healthcare professional. For a step-by-step guide on how to complete a self-swab nasal test, watch this video: (en Español). It’s simple, quick and painless!

Testing takes 10-15 minutes. Sometimes there is a wait time so please prepare by using the restroom ahead of time, bring water to stay hydrated and something to keep yourself entertained while you wait. Wearing a face covering to your appointment is required.

It is very important that you keep your appointment. Skipping your appointment means you might be keeping another County resident from getting tested. If you are unable to make your appointment, please cancel it via the cancellation link in your appointment confirmation email.

The self-swab nasal test is simple, quick and should not hurt. For a step-by-step guide on how to complete a self-swab nasal test, watch this video: (en Español).

The County’s COVID-19 website has a section devoted to testing site locations and hours.  Click here for more information.

No, a doctor’s prescription is not required.

Potential risks include:

  • Possible discomfort or other complications that can happen during sample collection.
  • Possible incorrect test result. (There is a very small chance that this test can give a positive result that is wrong [a false positive result]. Your healthcare provider can work with you to determine how best to care for you based on the test results based on your medical history and symptoms.)

Potential benefits include:

  • The results, along with other information, can help your healthcare provider make informed recommendations about your care.
  • The results of this test may help limit the spread of COVID-19 to your family and others in your community.

There is no cost for receiving the test. When you sign-up for an appointment online, you will be asked some basic information, including the name of your insurance provider, policy number and the name of your physician. Providing that information allows the County to file a claim with your insurance company and obtain reimbursement for the costs associated with your test. You will NOT be charged a co-pay, and the cost of the test will not be applied to your deductible. If you do not have insurance, you will be given the option of skipping that section of the appointment registration process. Either way, you will not be charged for taking the test.

Yes, you must make an appointment to get tested. Visit and go to the COVID-19 Testing Sites page to register for an appointment. Individuals with no internet access or who have access/functional needs can call to make an appointment at 909-387-3911, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

These are PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests, which indicate whether a person is currently infected with the coronavirus. There is another COVID-19 related test, which is referred to as a serological test. It detects antibodies that your body has produced to combat the coronavirus. The hope is that such antibodies provide some level of immunity to the disease; unfortunately, the scientific evidence for that remains unclear. The serological test does not replace a PCR test and isn’t used to diagnose COVID-19. The County is not currently conducting serology testing at community events.

Most people do not consider any current test method painful, but the nasal self-swab test used at County testing sites is certainly the easier and less invasive of the different testing options. To see how to properly complete the nasal self-swab test, visit (en Español).

With a nasopharyngeal collection, a healthcare professional will gently pass a sterile cotton-tipped swab through the nostril and into the nasopharynx, which is the upper part of the throat behind the nose. 

Test results are usually available within 72 hours, but can be up to 3-5 days. If you test positive, Public Health staff (or a health care provider) will call you as soon as possible. If you test negative, you will not receive a call from Public Health. Test results are delivered to the participant via patient portal or other electronic means such as email or text message. Information regarding the delivery of test results will be provided at the test location. If you have not received your test results within 5 days, please call the Test Results call center at 909-387-5155.  If you test positive or negative for COVID-19, you should still should take preventive measures to protect yourself and others.

The PCR test only indicates whether or not you are currently infected with the coronavirus. It does not show whether you were previously infected and successfully fought off the disease.

If you test positive, stay at home and away from others for at least 14 days, starting from the date you were tested. If living conditions make it difficult for you to stay away from others (such as family/household members), stay in a specific room and away from other people and even pets in your home as much as you can. If possible, you should use a separate bathroom. If you need to be around other people or animals in or outside of the home, wear a cloth face covering. (Additional guidance is available for those living in close quarters and shared housing). Click here to learn more about how to take care of yourself and help protect others in your home and community.

If you test positive, your patient information will be entered into the California Reportable Disease Information Exchange (CalREDIE), a secure system that the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has implemented for electronic disease reporting and surveillance. The public cannot access your information in CalREDIE; access is limited to a select group of healthcare and public health professionals.

No. A negative test should not be seen as your chance to stop being cautious. A PCR test only confirms your status with the virus at the time of testing.

The tests are more than 90% reliable but it is possible to get a ‘false negative’ result. If you have tested negative for COVID-19, but you are showing COVID-19-like symptoms, or have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19, you should get tested again.

We are searching aggressively for asymptomatic carriers, meaning people who have the virus but are not showing any symptoms. This is especially important now that the County is reopening businesses and public facilities. Our goal is to avoid large increases in new cases, which could threaten our efforts to relax stay-at-home orders mandated by the state. That requires identifying those who are infectious but have not (and likely will never) develop symptoms.

Widespread testing will give us a better idea of how many people are sick, and help us research infection pathways for COVID-19. It also provides a more accurate understanding of what new infections look like and the extent of community spread throughout the County overall.

Finally, for our economy to recover, it is essential for people to feel safe in public. Only then will they be comfortable patronizing stores, restaurants and other recently opened businesses.

While we are encouraging all residents to get tested, it is particularly important for people who have frequent contact with the public, including delivery drivers, emergency workers, and those who work in retail, food service or high-density workplaces.

If you test negative for COVID-19, you probably were not infected at the time your sample was collected. However, that does not mean you will never be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. The negative test result means that you did not have COVID-19 at the time you tested. There is a chance that you may be exposed again, immediately after being tested. Testing is available to anyone, even if you don’t have symptoms, but it is important to get tested if you:

  • Are showing symptoms of COVID-19, including fever, cough and shortness of breath
  • Are aged 65 years and older
  • Have underlying medical conditions
  • Are a healthcare worker or first responder
  • Work or live in places where many people live, such as long-term care facilities or prisons
  • Have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
  • Have been in gatherings and/or large crowds

If you are someone who has frequent contact with the public, or shares a household with anyone in a higher-risk population, the Department of Public Health recommends getting tested monthly.