Free drive-thru testing for COVID-19 will continue through December at the Davie County Community Park and Smith Grove Community Center.
Davie County Community Park, 151 Southwood Drive, Mocksville, NC
Testing will occur in the parking lot closest to Hwy 601/Salisbury Road.
Smith Grove Community Center, 4177 US Hwy 158, Advance, NC
Testing will occur in the circle drive and parking area next door to the Smith Grove Fire Department
Please note: All COVID testing sites will be closed December 24-28 and on December 31.
This program is offered by OptumServe in partnership with Davie County Health and Human Services (DCHHSS) and the North Carolin Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) and DCHHSS.
Anyone who has been exposed or has symptoms consistent with COVID-19 may make an appointment to be tested, or may simply show up at either site.
Testing is open to all, including persons from other counties.
Children ages 1 to 18 can be tested when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, and interpreters will be available for Spanish speaking persons.
While insurance is accepted, no ID or insurance is required. OptumServe will generate a unique identification number for individuals who do not have an ID or driver’s license. The cost of testing will be covered by NC DHHS for those without insurance or who are underinsured.
OptumServe offers two options to register for appointments; Internet registration at https://lhi.care/covidtesting or by calling (877) 562-4850. If you are registering children under 18 registration should be made by phone. Pre-registration is encouraged but not required.
There is also a new call-center open at the County Emergency Operations Center where people can call for information about the mass testing program. The number is 336-753-6540.
There are 214 active cases of COVID-19 in Davie County, three of which are currently hospitalized.
Since the County’s tally began in mid-March, 1,301 residents have tested positive for the virus and 1,071 have met the NCDHHS definition of recovered.
There have been 16 deaths.
Approximately 118 local residents are currently COVID-19 positive with six being treated in the hospital.
Follow the DCHHS Facebook page for local coronavirus updates.