Richmond City Health District

Coronavirus Hotline

Richmond City and Henrico County Health Districts have set up a COVID-19 hotline to answer your questions. This hotline is for general questions regarding Coronavirus. If you have a medical emergency, please contact 911 instead.

WE ARE HERE TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS:
Monday-Friday (Open from 8:00 AM-6:00 PM, except mayor holidays)

(804) 205-3501

Free COVID-19 Testing

   

We are conducting free Covid-19 community testing events in Richmond City and Henrico County. Individuals ages 5 and older, with flu-like symptoms, are eligible for COVID-19. Call the COVID-19 Hotline above to register and find out more about locations and dates.

Saturday, May 30th
Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School
(10:00 AM to 1:00 PM)
1000 Mosby St., Richmond, VA 23223)
Rain out date: Saturday, June 6

Monday, June 1st
The Saint Paul's Church
(10:00 AM to 1:00 PM)
700 E Belt Blvd. Richmond, VA 23224
Rain plan: Reschedule at Diversity Richmond on June 2nd

Tuesday, June 2nd
Diversity Richmond (Event Hall)
(10:00 AM to 1:00 PM)
1407 Sherwood Ave. Richmond, VA 23220

Thursday, June 4th
Tuckahoe Middle School
(10:00 AM to 1:00 PM)
9000 Three Chopt Rd. Richmond, VA 23229

I Have Private Insurance

If you have private insurance, call your primary care provider or an urgent care facility. Even if you have called before, the testing guidelines may have changed. They will provide instructions on what to do.

I Have Medicaid

If you have Medicaid, you will not have to pay a co-pay for any COVID-19 services. Call your primary care provider if you have one. If you do not, call the Coronavirus Hotline at (804) 205-3508 to find a testing provider or see if you qualify for a testing event.

I Don't Have Insurance

If you do not have insurance OR you live in an affordable housing community, you may qualify for a free test at a testing event. Call the Coronavirus Hotline at (804) 205-3501 to see if you qualify and to register.

A Message from Dr. Avula

On March 30th, Governor Northam issued a Stay-At-Home order for the entire Commonwealth to slow the spread of COVID-19 and help as many Virginians as possible stay safe and well. While it presents many challenges for our businesses, schools, and day-to-day life, we are counting on each other to make it to the other side of this emergency.

  • STAY home to slow the spread of COVID-19
  • REMAIN six feet apart when you have no choice but to be in public
  • CONNECT with others on phone, social media, or video chat

This is a difficult time for everyone in our region, but we are strong and resilient and can fight COVID-19 together. #StayHomeRVA

A Message from Dr. Avula

On March 30th, Governor Northam issued a Stay-At-Home order fortt the entire Commonwealth to slow the spread of COVID-19 and help as many Virginians as possible stay safe and well. While it presents many challenges for our businesses, schools, and day-to-day life, we are counting on each other to make it to the other side of this emergency.

  • STAY home to slow the spread of COVID-19
  • REMAIN six feet apart when you have no choice but to be in public
  • CONNECT with others on phone, social media, or video chat.

This is a difficult time for everyone in our region, but we are strong and resilient and can fight COVID-19 together. #StayHomeRVA

Resources

COVID-19 GUIDANCE

Guidance for healthcare workers and if you or someone you know presents symptoms.

SITUATION UPDATES

Up-to-date information on COVID-19 at the local, state, and national level.

HEALTH RESOURCES

Valuable resources to help you stay safe, healthy, and connected.

COVID-19 QUICK GUIDES

Valuable Resources

Senior Living Communities

Food Establishments

Limiting Transmission

Childcare Checklist

Mental Health Resources

PPE Guidance

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