COVID-19 Testing

Drive-Thru Test Kit Distribution will be closed Monday, July 4 in observance of the Independence Day holiday.

Getting tested for COVID-19 is the best and most reliable way to determine if you’re infected. There are a variety of options for tests throughout the Johnson County community, including testing sites and at-home test kits.

The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment encourages you to get tested if you’re showing symptoms of coronavirus or have been exposed to someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19, and to follow proper guidelines to avoid infecting others if you test positive. Learn more about testing options available and how you can report your results.

Get tested for COVID-19

JCDHE is distributing free, at-home rapid (antigen) testing kits at its Olathe office, 11875 S. Sunset Drive, via drive-thru only. The drive-thru is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., no appointment needed, while supplies last. Rapid tests are self-administered, and results are available within 15 minutes. PCR saliva test kits are available upon request.

JCDHE has partnered with the Johnson County Library to distribute at-home rapid (antigen) testing kits at each of the library’s 14 locations.

JCDHE will distribute free at-home rapid (antigen) COVID-19 tests at Shawnee Mission School District and Olathe Public Schools summer lunch sites. Test kits will be available at each location while supplies last. Families are encouraged to take home a free test kit for each member in their family and use it when you need it.

Olathe Public Schools Summer Lunch Sites

SMSD Summer Lunch Sites

Testing is also available at testing sites and pharmacies across the Kansas City metropolitan area. Visit these websites to find a testing location near you: KnowBeforeYouGoKS.comPrepareMetroKC Testing EventsComeBack KC Testing Locations.

Learn more about getting tested for COVID-19

Report your COVID-19 test results

Help JCDHE get a better understanding of the spread of COVID-19 in Johnson County by reporting your at-home rapid (antigen) test results – whether positive or negative. These numbers can determine if spread is increasing or decreasing in the community. Contact tracing will not be done as a result of reporting your test result.

Learn more about reporting COVID-19 test results