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COVID-19 testing near me: Map shows all San Francisco Bay Area locations

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — As part of the strategy to curb the spread of COVID-19, California is testing more than 300,000 people every day. Between state-run sites, city-run sites, health care providers and private businesses, there are growing options for getting tested for the coronavirus in the Bay Area.

A map produced by ABC7 News’ data journalism team plots every testing location in the nine Bay Area counties. Zoom in on the map below to see options near you.

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Green pins indicate open testing locations, yellow pins indicate sites where testing is restricted to certain groups only, orange pins indicate locations that are temporarily closed, and blue pins indicate locations scheduled to open. Red pins are testing sites that have since closed.

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Click on a pin on the map and you’ll see the test site address, hours, type of test(s) they perform, and contact information. Many testing sites require appointments, so it’s best to call ahead or visit their website before you go.

“There are no disbursements for medically necessary testing” in California, the state said. If you have insurance, your insurance company will bill you. If this is not the case, the State will bear the costs.

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