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TEST FOR COVID-19
Kaiser Permanente Northern California drive-through testing
1. Meet CDC criteria for testing
2. Contact Primary Care Provider (phone or kp.org) to be screened.
3. If eligible: Set up an appointment for COVID 19 Drive Through screening (swabs and respiratory virus screening).
4. Self quarantine (3-7 days, subject to change) to await test results.
Hayward County Testing
The City of Hayward is now offering COVID-19 testing for people with COVID-19 symptoms or known risk factors, and for first-responders and health-care workers with suspected recent exposure to the coronavirus.
The testing center is located at Hayward Fire Station #7, 28270 Huntwood Avenue, and is open every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The center can test up to 370 people a day with results to be available in as little as six hours or by the next day in most cases.
The testing is free, and available to anyone who meets test criteria—regardless of where they live or immigration status. Symptoms or conditions qualifying a member of the general public for testing are a fever above 100 degrees, or any of the following:
No referral from a physician is required. To access the testing center, members of the general public should enter Huntwood Avenue at Industrial Boulevard—and then proceed north to a curbside screening location or the back of the line leading to it.
People determined to qualify for testing will be asked to proceed to a verification site prior to testing. People not qualifying for testing will be asked to depart the area via Lustig Court.
First responders and health-care workers with recent suspected exposures to coronavirus are invited to call the City’s COVID-19 hotline (510) 583-4949 to make an appointment for testing.
Santa Clara County or San Mateo County
Stay at home
Q: If I have those symptoms, should I go to my doctor or the hospital?
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HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Apps to download
Report incidents (no cops)
FOR TEACHERS/ SCHOOL
FOR INCARCERATED FOLKS
FOOD (for more details about your local resources, click here)
Santa Clara County
BUILDING RESILIENCE AND MUTUAL AID
Do (with friends/ community)
ADVOCACY/ LEGAL AID
Petitions you can sign
EMPLOYMENT - (for more details about local resources, click here)
MONETARY SUPPORT + FUNDRAISERS
OTHER RESOURCE LISTS
San Francisco and Greater Bay Area