COVID-19 Testing Information



New sites continue to come online across the state, visit to find the test collection location nearest to you.

At home mobile testing and neighborhood walk-up testing sites are also available for City of Dallas and Dallas County residents. To view additional testing locations visit or

Rowlett Walmart Neighborhood Market Drive-thru Pharmacy Window Test Site 

(the testing site at the Walmart located at 2501 Lakeview Parkway has closed)
8800 Lakeview Parkway
Monday - Tuesday from 7am-8:45am
Wednesday from 7:45am-8:45am
Sign up for testing here:

Additional Walmart Drive-thru Test Sites

15757 Coit Rd., Dallas, TX 75248
951 W. Belt Line Rd., DeSoto, TX 75115
5302 N Garland Ave., Garland, TX 75040

Those interested in being tested need to visit to verify eligibility and to make an appointment.

Public Drive-thru Testing Sites

Texas Department of State Health Services Test Site Locator
More information and additional Public Testing Site locations
Self-swab tests are available at the following locations:

Ellis Davis Field House (regional site with no geographic eligibility requirements)
9191 S Polk St.
Dallas, TX 75232

Eastfield College (open ONLY to City of Dallas and Dallas County residents. Address verification, such as a utility bill or library card is required)
3737 Motley Dr.
Mesquite, Texas 75150, Lot P8
Testing entry is on La Prada Dr. side of the campus.

 Testing criteria:

  • Persons 65 years or older or those with chronic health issues (diabetes, asthma, heart disease, etc.) can be tested without the symptom requirement.
  • Persons without symptoms who have been actively engaged in large group settings, such as public

    gatherings or congregations of people.

  • First responders, DART drivers, healthcare workers, grocery store and essential retail store workers, regardless of symptoms.
  • All others must exhibit at least one of the CDC guidance on the Symptoms of Coronavirus.
  • A photo ID (but not necessarily a government-issued ID) and health insurance card (if a person has insurance; insurance coverage is not a testing requirement) are required.
  • Both sites are operating Mon-Sat, 8am to 5pm unless otherwise determined by testing capacity or weather conditions.

If you have been tested at either of the public drive-thru test sites in Dallas, you will receive a phone call from the RESULTS CENTER in 3-7 days. Visit the following site to download a copy of your results:
Ellis David Field House -
Individuals that have not received their results after 5 days may request assistance via email with the following info: Name, Location of Test, Date/Time of Test, Phone Number.

Walgreens Drive-thru Rapid Test Sites

2060 South Buckner Boulevard (Dallas)
8600 Camp Bowie West Boulevard (Fort Worth)
After completing an online health assessment, testing is available by appointment only and at no cost to individuals who meet eligibility criteria established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Patients will be informed of their results within 24 hours of testing.

At-home Testing

Pixel by LabCorp is now offering at-home nasal swab test kits. This is the ONLY at-home COVID-19 test with an EUA from the FDA.

  • To order, go here and complete a short eligibility survey. If eligible, order and receive the kit via FedEx, collect and ship the sample, online results will be available approximately two days after LabCorp receives your test.
  • Patient Fact Sheet

Antibody Testing

  • There are currently NO approved at-home antibody tests. The counterfeit test kits are potentially dangerous, produced haphazardly, and may even be contaminated.
  • As of May 27, thirteen serology (antibody) tests have received an EUA. NONE are at-home tests. Go here for information on these tests.

Counterfeit Tests

Counterfeit COVID-19 and antibody testing kits are now becoming increasingly available online and throughout the DFW area. Please be aware that legitimate tests are not available over the counter at any retail locations. All COVID-19 tests are operating under FDA Emergency Use Authorizations (EUA), so be wary of claims that a test is FDA-approved or -cleared. Additionally, a provider with an EUA for the PCR test (the test to confirm COVID-19) may not have an EUA for a serology test (for antibodies).

Questions about Testing? Here is the Texas Health and Human Services Testing Capacity Overview (pdf)
Questions about Isolation and Quarantine? Here is the Texas Health and Human Services strategy (pdf)
Questions about your pet and their health? Here is the Texas Animal Health Commission’s FAQ (pdf)