Free Drive-Through Testing in Pasco
Benton and Franklin County COVID-19 Testing Sites
General Testing Information
One of the best ways to decrease the spread of COVID-19 is to get tested. Getting tested does NOT increase the amount of disease in our community. Adequate testing allows for early identification of cases, quick isolation and decreases transmission rates.
Testing does not “create” disease – it “contains” disease.
Anyone who has COVID symptoms, has been exposed to COVID, or is concerned about their COVID status, should get tested.
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus and can be mild to severe illness. People with these symptoms or combinations of symptoms may have COVID-19:
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Repeated shaking with chills
- Muscle pain
- Sore throat
- New loss of taste or smell
Under state and federal law, all COVID-19 testing should be free for anyone. Under Washington law, insurance companies cannot charge co-pays for COVID-19 testing. Fees may incur for in-clinic provider visits.
FREE COVID-19 Drive-Through Testing
3110 W. Argent Rd., Pasco
8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Pre-register online for CBC-West
(pre-registration makes for a faster experience at the test site – you may have to wait in line until you reach the point where the site breaks into lanes)
- Drive-through testing
- No insurance needed (bring card if you have one, your insurance will not charge you a fee)
- Anyone with any COVID-19 symptoms
- Anyone whose physician recommended they be tested
- Anyone who is a close contact or has a known exposure to COVID-19
- Anyone who feels they need to be tested
- Recognized Hawaii test site
Results available in your portal within 3 days. Positive tests will also be called. Test status will change frequently as test arrives, is in processing and is pending. Please wait for test results. Call if more than 5 days have passed.
Additional Information: Testing is available regardless of immigration status. The site is ADA accessible. The site is staffed by Pasco Fire and local healthcare and EMS workers from Columbia Safety. Community partners include Greater Columbia Accountable Community of Health, Health Commons Project, WA State Dept. of Health and the University of Washington.