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COVID-19 testing coming to Hy-Vee Pharmacy in Quincy, Fort Madison

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (WGEM) -- Hy-Vee announced Wednesday it had expanded its COVID-19 testing program to more than 150 Hy-Vee pharmacy locations including the store in Quincy on Broadway, in Fort Madison, Iowa, on Avenue L., and in Burlington, Iowa, on Angular Street.

The company states the tests are free and are administered via a Hy-Vee pharmacy drive-thru. Testing will begin Thursday morning.

Company officials stated individuals do not have to have COVID-19 symptoms to be tested, but they must register online to receive a test voucher number, testing site and appointment time.

The company also reported that children ages three and up can now also get tested at the Hy-Vee pharmacy testing sites when registered and accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

Officials stated each location is offering testing windows on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. Testing hours vary by location, so patients should visit www.doineedacovid19test.com to find available testing hours for their location.

To register for a test voucher number, visit www.doineedacovid19test.com.

Officials explained each patient will need to answer the questions and provide requested information in order to receive a test voucher number, testing site location and appointment time. The patient will then arrive at the specified test site pharmacy drive-thru with either a printed voucher number or show the voucher number on their phone before given a test kit. The Hy-Vee pharmacy employee will provide the test kit, provide instructions on how to self-administer the test and supervise the administration of the test. The patient will then drop off their completed kit in a collection bin.

The entire test process takes about five minutes, according to the company. From there, the Hy-Vee pharmacy collects all tests, which are shipped to a lab via the United Parcel Service (UPS). Results will then be sent to the patient by email in three to five business days.

You can find instructions on how to self-administer the nasal swab test here.

Jim Roberts

Social Media & Digital Content Manager

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