Map: Here’s where you can get tested for COVID-19 in Boston

Testing is free for everyone, regardless of insurance or immigration status, according to the city.

Coronavirus testing locations in Boston.
Coronavirus testing locations in Boston. –City of Boston

Need help finding the nearest COVID-19 testing location in Boston? There’s a map for that.

Mayor Marty Walsh and the Boston Public Health Commission announced the creation of a new mapping tool that shows all of the facilities where COVID-19 testing is available. The commission’s goal in creating the tool is to increase testing access for all Boston residents, particularly those living in neighborhoods experiencing higher rates of the novel coronavirus. Data from last week showed that Dorchester, East Boston, the South End, Roxbury, and Roslindale have the highest number of confirmed cases in the city.

The map is available on boston.gov/coronavirus and bphc.org/coronavirus, and it will be updated as the city adds new testing sites. The interactive map also lists hours, addresses, and phone numbers for the testing locations.

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“Every community deserves full access to COVID-19 testing. We will continue to work to expand access to testing for all residents across Boston, particularly our hardest hit communities,” Mayor Walsh said in a statement. “Access to neighborhood-based testing will help us quickly identify cases, and get people the care and support needed to recover and prevent the further spread of COVID-19.”

Below is a list of the current testing facilities, as well as their addresses and phone numbers, according to the city. For the most up-to-date information about pop-up testing sites (which change regularly), visit the city of Boston website.

Bowdoin Street Health Center
230 Bowdoin St., Dorchester
(617) 754-0100

Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston main campus)
75 Francis St., Boston
(617) 732-5500

Carney Hospital
2100 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester
(617) 296-4000

Charles River Community Health
495 Western Ave., Brighton
(617) 783-0500

Codman Square Health Center
637 Washington St., Dorchester
(617) 822-8271

CVS Pharmacy drive-thru
1921 Centre St. West Roxbury
Register in advance at CVS.com

Daniel Driscoll Neponset Health Center (Harbor Health)
398 Neponset Ave., Dorchester
(617) 282-3200

Dimock Center
45 Dimock St., Roxbury
(617) 442-8800

DotHouse Health
1353 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester
(617) 740-2292

East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
164 Orleans St., East Boston
(617) 569-5800

East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (pop-up)
Old Colony Avenue near 1187 Columbia Road, South Boston
617-568-4500

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Fenway Health
1340 Boylston St., Boston
(617) 927-6000

Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center
4199 Washington St., Roslindale
(617) 323-4440

Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center
632 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester
(617) 825-3400

Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit St., Boston
(617) 726-2000

Mattapan Community Health Center
1575 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan
(617) 296-0061

Nazarro Community Center
30 N. Bennet St., Boston
617-643-8000

NEW Health Charlestown
15 Tufts St, Charlestown
(857) 238-1100

South Boston Community Health Center
409 West Broadway, South Boston
(617) 269-7500

South End Community Health Center, at Blackstone Elementary School
380 Shawmut Ave.
(617) 425-2000

St. Elizabeth Medical Center
736 Cambridge St., Brighton
(617) 789-3000

Tufts Medical Center
37 Bennet St., Boston
(617) 636-7216

Upham’s Corner Health Center
415 Columbia Road, Dorchester
(617) 388-5007

Whittier Street Health Center
1290 Tremont St., Roxbury
(617) 427-1000

Residents who believe they need to be tested are asked to call ahead in order to receive a pre-screening and to schedule an appointment. Testing is free for all, regardless of insurance coverage or immigration status, according to the city.

According to the latest numbers from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Suffolk County had reported 19,985 of the 109,974 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state. You can see a map of Massachusetts COVID-19 cases by county here.


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