Wood County, Wisconsin

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Local COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 Testing Locations

Testing locations and types of tests available change frequently, call the location for information.

Marshfield Clinic Health Services

Aspirus Riverview Hospital

CVS Pharmacy – 2410 8th St S, Wisconsin Rapids

  • Limited appointments available – schedule online at CVS COVID Test
  • or call 715-423-2340

Walgreens

  • Offering free, contactless COVID-19 testing for patients age 3 and up at select locations. Information available at: Walgreens COVID19 Test Information
  • or call Walgreens
    • Walgreens - Wisconsin Rapids at 715-424-4082
    • Walgreens - Marshfield at 715-384-9703

Wisconsin Rapids VA Clinic – 700 Hale St, Wisconsin Rapids, WI

  • Offered to Veterans who are enrolled in VA health care and meet CDC criteria for testing. Appointments required.
  • For more information: Call 715-424-4682

Testing site information changes frequently.

You can also check: DHS Community Testing Sites

Order Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests and KN95 Masks

Every Wisconsin resident can order a free testing kit online here and receive a package of 5 at-home COVID-19 self-tests every month. The tests are eligible for anyone 2 years of age and older; no insurance required. Visit the link for more information.

The Wood County Health Department is also distributing free at-home COVID-19 rapid self-tests and KN95 child and adult masks to the public, while supplies last. Any individual or organization/business is able to request them by appointment. The tests are eligible for anyone 2 years of age and older; no insurance required. The child KN95 face masks are intended for children 4-12 years of age and the adult KN95 face masks are intended for anyone 12 years of age and older. Click the button below for more information and to complete an order form.

Get Tested

When to get tested:
  • Get tested immediately if you have symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Get tested after being exposed to COVID-19. Everyone regardless of vaccination status, should get tested five days after exposure to someone with COVID-19.
  • You may need to be tested before or after you travel, even if you are up-to-date with current vaccine recommendations. COVID-19 Travel
  • Consider using a home test before going to a public event, getting together with friends or family, or before spending time with someone who is at high risk of getting very ill.

Therapeutics Available to Help Prevent Hospitalizations Due to COVID-19

Treatments for COVID-19 are now available across Wisconsin. If you experience symptoms of COVID-19, get tested right away and talk to your healthcare provider about treatment options. Your healthcare provider will review your health history and determine whether any of these treatments are right for you.

These treatments have helped prevent hospitalization. Individuals who are likely to get seriously ill from COVID-19 may be recommended by their healthcare providers to get one of the treatments authorized for use by the Food and Drug Administration.

More information about COVID-19 treatments and medications is available on the DHS website. Individuals can also learn more on the COVID.gov website.