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COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 Testing

Same-day and next day appointments available

All Good Clinic locations offer no-cost PCR and rapid antigen tests with most insurance. There is no cost to you; we will bill your insurance. Please visit this page to see which insurance we take for COVID-19 testing.

Same-day and next-day appointments are available.

Testing FAQs

Question: What is the difference between a “molecular” test and an “antigen” test?

Answer: Both of these tests can tell if you have COVID-19.

  • A molecular test, also called a PCR test, is done with a nasal or throat swab or saliva sample. At The Good Clinic, we do a nasal swab. It is the most accurate test for COVID-19. It typically takes you between 48 and 72 hours to get the results of the test, although it may take up to a week depending on the number of tests the lab is processing. The downside to PCR tests is that results are not as quick as rapid Antigen tests.
  • Antigen, or “rapid” test results are available within 15 minutes, and we also do a nasal swab for this test. While you can get the results quickly, this test is not as accurate as the PCR test.

Question: Do you offer rapid or same-day PCR tests?
Answer: We don't offer rapid molecular or PCR tests, but we do offer antigen tests with immediate results. See the description above for the difference between these tests.

Question: When can I get tested and get my results?
Answer: All Good Clinic locations are open Monday-Friday from 8 am to 4 pm, so all testing takes place during those times. We will also inform you of your results during those hours.

Question: What should I bring to my appointment?
Answer: When you come to your appointment, please bring photo identification with you and your insurance ID card.

Question: How much does a COVID-19 test cost if I don’t have insurance, or my insurance is not in-network?
Answer: Non-insured direct pay for COVID-19 testing is $160, which includes an office visit.

For more information about COVID-19 testing, please visit the MN Department of Health's website or the CDC's website.