COVID Tests Available System Wide June 27th

The Main Library will have COVID tests available beginning Monday, June 6th

UPDATE - 6-23-22

All library locations will have COVID at home test kits available beginning Monday, June 27th, 2022.

  • Only one kit per person.
  • Please note: Test kits supplied to libraries by the Ohio Department of Health may vary, as some have one test per box and others have two tests in a box. The delivery of test kits to the library and what they include is set by the state Health Department. The library has no control over what type of kits, how many kits or when the kits will be received.

Tests may be available at the Clark County Combined Health District. Visit the link below for more information or questions.

https://ccchd.com/?msclkid=7d6a7632d13111ec9468b781c5f7e640

Kits may also be requested from the government, and mailed to your home, free of charge.  Visit https://www.covid.gov/tests to request your kits today. 

UPDATE - 6-3-22

A limited supply of COVID-19 at home test kits will be available at the Main Library only beginning Monday, June 6th, 2022.

  • You may pick up a test kit at the Patron Services Desk while supplies last.
  • Only one kit per person.
  • If unable to go inside the library, you may request to pick up the kit via Curbside by calling (937) 328-6914.
    Please note: Test kits supplied to libraries by the Ohio Department of Health may vary, as some have one test per box and others have two tests in a box. The delivery of test kits to the library and what they include is set by the state Health Department. The library has no control over what type of kits, how many kits or when the kits will be received.

Tests may be available at the Clark County Combined Health District. Visit the link below for more information or questions.

https://ccchd.com/?msclkid=7d6a7632d13111ec9468b781c5f7e640

Kits may also be requested from the government, and mailed to your home, free of charge.  Visit https://www.covid.gov/tests to request your kits today.

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