ST. LOUIS ( -- Here is a list of the COVID-19 testing sites in the St. Louis metro area.

Remember you need to be screened before you can be tested at these sites.

Testing requirements in St. Louis County have also loosened, they are no longer based on whether someone recently traveled and are based on symptoms.

St. Luke's testing site
  • Close contact of a COVID patient WITH symptoms.
  • High risk (age or underlying medical condition) WITH symptoms.
  • Hospitalized WITH symptoms.


St. Louis County

Chesterfield Mercy Virtual Care Center at 15740 S Outer Forty Road. Before getting a test, you need to call Mercy’s COVID-19 Clinical Support Line at 314-251-0500.

St. Luke’s Hospital in the parking lot between the Mr. and Mrs. Theodore P. Desloge, Jr. Outpatient Center, Building B and St. Luke’s Resource Center, which is across Highway 141 from the main hospital campus. It will be open from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. every weekday. Patients are asked to call ahead by dialing 314-966-9107 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday - Friday or by going to

St. Louis County also has several numbers that residents can call if they believe they need a test for COVID-19. A phone number is listed for every region in St. Louis County, and are meant to properly expedite the testing process.

  • Residents of North County: (314)653-5000
  • Residents of Mid County : (314)747-3000
  • Residents of West County: (314)251-0500
  • Residents of South County: (314)966-9666

Testing will start on April 1 and will be held from Weds-Sunday from 9 am - 4 pm. To pre-register, call 855-724-1653. That line will become active on Monday.

A separate testing site was planned on the Dellwood Recreation Center parking lot but it has been delayed due to the overwhelming volume of calls by residents in the St. Louis area about the site.

St. Louis City

A testing site will open April 2 at 1717 Biddle in the Carr Square neighborhood. Affina Healthcare will be using one of its mobile medical units for testing. A tent will be used for drive-thru or walk up testing. 

Call (314) 833-2777 to set up an appointment, complete a pre-appointment screening and receive instructions related to an appointment.

BJC Cortex corridor in Central West End. The site is available to those who are referred by BJC providers after completion of the CDC's pre-screening guidelines.

Jefferson County

Mercy will have testing at the Hillsboro Community Civic Club at 10349 Business 21, Hillsboro, MO, 63050. It will open on Wednesday, March 25 at 2 p.m. Anyone seeking a test must call Mercy’s COVID-19 Clinical Support Line at 314-251-0500 before arriving.

Franklin County

Mercy has opened a testing site at the Washington Fairgrounds at 6 Fairgrounds Rd., Washington, MO, 63090. The site will be near the Mercy First Aid Building and the Motorsports Arena. Anyone seeking a test must call Mercy’s COVID-19 Clinical Support Line at 314-251-0500 before arriving.



The St. Clair Health Department opened a testing site at the former Siteman Cancer Center located at 4000 North Illinois Lane. People with symptoms must complete a pre-screening process with their physician and health department. That paperwork is required upon entering the drive-through collection site. The site is open from noon to 6 p.m.

Mount Vernon

SSM Health has a drive-thru site open in Mount Vernon. You either need to be referred by SSM Health or you can go through virtual screening here.


SSM Health has a drive-thru site in Centralia. You either need to be referred by SSM Health or you can go through virtual screening here.


BJC has said they are looking into opening more testing sites in north St. Louis County and the Metro East.

A South County Mercy drive-thru site is on hold.

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