Omnipoynt Solutions Covid-19 Testing FAQs

What are the testing hours? Hours are Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., and Saturdays from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m.

What if there are inclement weather closings? We will follow the Harford County School District’s closing schedule; if Harford County closes schools due to inclement weather, we will close the site also. Scheduling includes delayed opening as well.

What are the age restrictions for testing? We are currently testing all ages.

Do I need to pre-register?                                    Pre-registration is recommended but not required. Please use the following link to pre-register here.

What do I need to bring with me? If you
have insurance, please bring your ID and insurance cards

How long is the wait for a test? Wait times vary based on testing demand but are generally 30 minutes. You will receive your rapid test results before you leave.

How much does testing cost?
If you are insured, we will bill your insurance for the services performed. You are required to provide your insurance at the time of registration and check-in. If you do not have insurance, you will have to pay our cash price.

Can I still get tested if I am not insured? Yes. Bring a photo ID. We will collect from
Federally available programs for this service. You will not receive a bill.

What if I don’t have an email? If you don’t have an email address, you can sign up for
one for free here. We can also provide a handwritten result onsite if you do not email.

What tests do you do? We take two samples and provide two results. The first test
is a Point of Care Rapid Antigen Test. A laboratory will analyze PCR tests for confirmation.

How long does it take to get results? The Point of Care Rapid Antigen Test results are available in about 10-15 minutes. Results are given verbally onsite and emailed to you. The PCR lab sample takes about 48-72 hours for results to post, which are then emailed.

How do I receive my results? Test results are emailed to the address on file. Do not contact Cecil County Health Department; they do not have your results. If
you have any issues with your results; please get in touch with [email protected]

What do I do if I test positive? Please visit the CDC’s website for guidance on
quarantine and isolation found here.

What if I tested negative but was in close contact with someone who tested positive?
Please visit the CDC’s website for guidance on quarantine and isolation found here.

Why do my PCR test results report positive if I recently recovered from COVID-19? According to the CDC, PCR technology is so sensitive that results can continue to show positive results for up to 12 weeks after infection. In this case, you may receive a
negative Rapid Antigen test but a positive PCR test. Contact your physician for further
information if this is the case. More information on this topic can be found here and here.

Where do I get more information on COVID testing? Please visit CDC’s website here.