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Posted on: September 15, 2022

How to Report At-Home COVID-19 Test Results

People can now report the results of an at-home COVID-19 test at People can report both positive and negative results for themselves or a family member. 

In the past, people had to call the Washington State Department of Health to report test results, which wasn’t available 24/7 and could be time-consuming. The new web-based reporting method can be done at any time of the day, and you can choose to report anonymously or provide additional information that helps track the spread of COVID-19 at the state and local level. 

The site is available in both English and Spanish. It offers resources for notifying close contacts if you test positive, and links to drug treatments for people who are at high risk of severe disease. Oral antivirals are free for people who qualify.

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