First District Health Unit is conducting free testing for COVID-19 throughout the seven-county region. Testing locations and events will continue to be added to this page and posted on the First District Health Unit Facebook page. Cloth face coverings are required for all walk-in events.
International college students who would like to get tested should contact the student health center at their school to make an appointment. College students and athletes are encouraged to watch for and attend testing events that have been scheduled at their school unless they have been exposed to a positive case.
Any person who is a close contact or has been exposed to a positive case should be tested within 7-10 days of the last contact with the case. It is possible to be positive and not have any symptoms.
Free COVID-19 testing is planned for Monday, September 28th from 9:00 am – 11:00 am (or until supplies are exhausted) at the Mohall Community Room, 807 Hwy 5 E, Mohall ND. This event is open to the public (children will be tested if cooperative), and no appointment is needed. Cloth face coverings are required. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Visit testreg.nd.gov to register.
(Pre-registering does not guarantee you a test)
*Pre-registering does not guarantee you a test.
Please check back here or watch our Facebook page for updates.
First District Health Unit is conducting free testing for COVID-19 at our south location in Minot by appointment only. Cloth face coverings are required for all walk-in events. We are currently testing people who:
- have been identified as a close contact or has been exposed to a positive case in the last 7- 10 days and do not have symptoms.
- do not have symptoms. People with symptoms should contact their health care provider for testing, or contact Trinity Health at (701) 857-7817.
- have not previously tested positive, except those who have tested positive whose employer requires a negative test before returning to work.
- are age 5 or older. Children must be cooperative in order to be tested.
- do not need proof of a negative test for surgery. Pre-surgical testing should be done by the medical provider.