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HIV testing may look different during coronavirus (COVID-19), but it’s still important and available at local organizations around the country.

This year, the Greater Than AIDS/Walgreens National HIV Testing Day Community Partnership will highlight organizations across the country that are continuing to provide HIV testing during COVID-19. Stay connected, stay healthy, and get tested!

There are several ways to get tested for HIV during COVID-19 and still maintain physical distancing. You can schedule an appointment for HIV testing at a local clinic or find a nearby mobile testing unit, or order a mailed HIV self-test kit (through your healthcare provider or an online pharmacy or retail store.) What’s available will vary by region and provider, so check with your local organization for hours and services.

In addition to getting tested, you can also talk with counselors about the latest in HIV prevention and treatment, including PrEP, the pill to prevent HIV.

Use the map below to find an HIV testing location near you!

Don’t see an HIV testing provider near you? There are HIV/AIDS service organizations and community providers in most areas that offer free or low-cost HIV testing, as well as care and treatment services, throughout the year. Click here to find one near you.

The National HIV Testing Day Community Partnership is part of an ongoing effort by Greater Than AIDS and Walgreens to broaden the reach of HIV testing and information in non-traditional settings and help people understand the latest in HIV prevention, treatment and care. This year, due to COVID-19, the original in-store activation on June 27 will shift to focus on local organizations continuing to provide HIV testing during COVID-19 both on NHTD and year-round. Click here to learn more about the partnership.