People who have symptoms of COVID-19, especially within seven days of symptom onset. Please do not go to the library to obtain a test if you are symptomatic.
A close contact of someone with known or suspected COVID-19, who has no symptoms. Take the test as soon as you find out you are a close contact. If negative, do it again at 5-7 days after you last had contact with the person who has COVID-19 – or immediately if symptoms develop.
People who have no symptoms and participated in higher-risk activities in which they could not physically distance as needed (e.g., travel, attending large social or mass gatherings, or being in crowded indoor settings).
People who have no symptoms but are concerned and want a quick result (i.e.: before going to visit immunocompromised family). This screening for disease may allow for earlier detection of COVID-19 so that prompt public health intervention can be taken.
People with no symptoms who use antigen testing frequently to detect possible asymptomatic infection.