Testing Information

COVID-19 Testing Site Map:

COVID-19: Community Testing Sites | Wisconsin Department of Health Services

If you have questions about getting tested, use these resources:

Contact Information
Free Community Testing Sites
(Northwest WI Areas)
When & Where: Visit here
Who: Symptomatic and close contacts 5 years and older.
-Please pre-register before attending: https://register.covidconnect.wi.gov/en-US/
Free Community Testing Sites
(La Crosse Area)
Who: Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms and/or close contact to someone who tested positive.-Visit here for more specific info regarding these site locations, days, & times.
-Please pre-register before attending: https://register.covidconnect.wi.gov/en-US/
Mayo ClinicMondovi: 715-926-4858
Arcadia: 608-323-3373
Eau Claire: 715-838-5222
La Crosse: 608-785-0940
           Nurse Line: 507-293-9525

Winona HealthGeneral Line: 507-454-3650
COVID-19 Nurse Line: 507-457-7619

GundersenGeneral Line: 608-782-7300
After Hours: 608-775-4454
Tri-County Whitehall: 715-538-4355

Prevea Mondovi Health CenterMondovi: 715-926-6230Testing available Monday-Friday, 8am - 5pm.
Advent HealthDurand: 715-672-2608For individuals with symptoms only.
Testing collection hours are Monday-Friday, 8am - 4pm.
St. Elizabeth's Medical CenterWabasha: 651-565-5600By appointment only.
For individuals with symptoms only.
Testing collection hours are Monday-Friday, 10am - 2pm.
At-Home Testing
You can order an at-home test kit through this link: 

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The best way to prevent COVID-19 or any illness is to avoid being exposed to it. Currently there is no vaccine to prevent COVID-19 infection. However, the following everyday preventive actions can protect you and others.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you feel sick.
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces with a regular household cleaning product.
  • Follow the advice of your healthcare providers and national, state, and local public health.  National and local authorities have the most up-to-date information on whether COVID-19 is spreading in our area. They are the best sources to advise you on what you should be doing to protect yourself.