Everything you want to know about COVID-19 testing in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana
CINCINNATI (FOX19) - We want to try to answer your questions about COVID-19 testing, from where the tests are available to who is eligible to be tested.
Ohio is currently performing 1,050 tests per 100,000 residents according to data reviewed by FOX19. The Buckeye State ranks 45th out of 50 states on testing, the Johns Hopkins University reports.
Gov. Mike DeWine announced a big ramp up in testing over the next few weeks that starts on April 29.
Here are the testing locations in Ohio:
- Kroger Health drive-thru testing
- Christ Hospital, Mt. Auburn
- Christ Hospital, Mason
- UC Health
- Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
- Cincinnati Health Clinics
- Cincinnati VA
- Premiere Health (includes Atrium Medical Center in Middletown & the Dayton area)
Kentucky is currently performing 1,092 tests per 100,000 residents according to data reviewed by FOX19. The Bluegrass State ranks 43rd out of 50 states, Johns Hopkins University reports.
“Team Kentucky is working with partners to expand drive-thru testing throughout the commonwealth,” according to the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services.
Here are the testing locations in Kentucky:
- St. Elizabeth
- Drive-thru testing locations in Northern Kentucky
Indiana is currently performing 1,295 tests per 100,000 residents according to data reviewed by FOX19. The Hoosier State ranks 33rd out of 50 states, Johns Hopkins University reports.
Here are the testing locations in Indiana:
- OptumServe Health Services will set up 20 COVID-19 testing sites around the state within the next week, with 50 total sites within two weeks
- Margaret Mary Health - Locations in Batesville, Brookville, Milan and Osgood
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