The Salt Lake County Health Department has requested that people do not rely on home testing kits -they are not always accurate and cannot be verified by the health department. Please visit a testing clinic if you have symptoms.
TESTING AT THE UDOH TB SITE:
610 South 200 East -TB Clinic from 09:30am-5:00pm Enter outside the building on East side.
COVID-19 Testing Registration Form- English: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/78d1a8fee234462184f1a7a54385b6a7
COVID-19 Testing Registration Form- Spanish: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/9dad8463d716498ea1e15a22226982ea
Register ahead of time if possible. No appointment necessary.
Thomas Jefferson Jr. High School– inside seminary building on the NE corner of the school property. Can park in seminary parking lot or school parking lot.
5850 S 5600 W, Kearns, UT 84118
• Testing will occur Monday-Friday from 2:30 until 6:30 at this location
• No appointments necessary
• We will provide rapid antigen tests and PCR tests
o Rapid antigen results are available in 15 minutes but are not recommended for people without symptoms
o PCR test results come back in 2 days or less and are the most reliable COVID test because it is send to a lab
• All testing is free
• Minors getting tested without their parents will need to sign the attached form, which is a combination of a Minor
Consent Form and a Release of Information.
• Adults getting tested will need to sign a Release of Information, giving the school access to their information.
• The links to pre-register for testing are below:
o COVID-19 Testing Registration Form- English:
o COVID-19 Testing Registration Form- Spanish:
LINK FOR COVID LABORATORY TESTING
COVID-19 Laboratory Information | Utah Public Health Laboratory
Where: 4431 South 2700 West, Taylorsville. West parking lot near the main laboratory building. What: Drive-through collection. Register here.. When: Monday – Saturday, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Type of collection: Saliva PCR or nasal swab PCR collection. Note: Individuals electing saliva testing will need to avoid eating, drinking, smoking, or chewing gum 30 minutes prior to the collection.
The Health Department has also stated that people need to receive quarantine and positive case information directly from the Health Department and not from apps on their devices.
Robyn Roper, EdD
Associate Director of Special Education