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. City of Boston

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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 have created a 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.

The map is available on and, 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.


“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.”

In a Feb. 11 tweet announcing new pop-up testing locations, the Boston Public Health Commission reminded residents that COVID-19 tests are important even with a vaccine rollout in progress.

“As the #COVID19 vaccine rollout continues, we don’t want to lose track of testing,” the BPHC wrote. “Testing is a critical tool to #stopthespread of this virus.”

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.

Anna M. Cole Community Center
Mildred Hailey Apartments, 24 Heath St. Jamaica Plain
Walk-up only, no appointment or registration required

Boston Renaissance Charter School
1432 Hyde Park Ave., Hyde Park
Drive-thru only, book an appointment online

Bowdoin Street Health Center
230 Bowdoin St., Dorchester

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


Carney Hospital
2100 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester

Charles River Community Health
495 Western Ave., Brighton

Codman Square Health Center
Russell Auditorium
70-80 Talbot Ave., Dorchester

CVS Pharmacy drive-thru locations
207 Market St., Brighton
181 Brighton Ave., Allston
1921 Centre St. West Roxbury
4600 Washington St., Roslindale
1150 Saratoga St., East Boston
703 Gallivan Boulevard, Dorchester
Register in advance at

Daniel Driscoll Neponset Health Center (Harbor Health)
398 Neponset Ave., Dorchester

Dimock Center
45 Dimock St., Roxbury

DotHouse Health
1353 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester

East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
79 Paris St., East Boston

East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
Central Square Park
Border St. across from Liberty Plaza Shopping Center, East Boston

Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center
9 Taft Hill Terrace, Roslindale

Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center
895 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester
24 Washington St., Dorchester

Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit St., Boston
31 Austin St., Charlestown

Mattapan Community Health Center
1575 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan

NEW Health Charlestown
15 Tufts St., Charlestown

NEW Health Waterfront North End
332 Hanover St., Boston

South Boston Community Health Center
409 West Broadway, South Boston

The Strand Theatre
543 Columbia Road, Dorchester
Walk-up only with on-site registration


Tufts Medical Center
276 Tremont St., Boston

Upham’s Corner Health Center
415 Columbia Road, Dorchester

Whittier Street Health Center
1290 Tremont St., Roxbury

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.


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