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COVID-19 Testing

Planned Parenthood Mar Monte is providing drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Tracy, CA

Testing dates vary due to site availability. For the week of August 10, 2020, testing will be conducted *:

  • Monday:  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday:  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday:  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 
  • Thursday:  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 
  • Friday:  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 

* Due to the immense community response, we will only be able to provide testing until we have reached our maximum capacity within the hours of operation listed above.

We are NOT making appointments at this time. Community members will be tested on a first-come, first-served basis. 

New Testing Address and Other Information 

  • 955 Crossroads Drive, Tracy, CA 95377

Testing is available to all community members, with or without symptoms.

There will be some paperwork required when you arrive:

  • Please bring photo ID.

You will not be charged for testing: 

  • California passed a law requiring all health insurers, including Medi-Cal, to cover the full cost for COVID-19 testing. 
  • Please bring your insurance card, if you have insurance. We will bill your insurance, but your insurance company will not send you a bill. If you get a bill, please email us at [email protected].

Questions? Email [email protected] or view our FAQs below.


Drive-thru COVID-19 testing is conducted by Planned Parenthood Mar Monte off-site. PPMM is proud to serve all people regardless of race, religion, immigration status, sexual orientation, or gender identity. 

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I get my results?

It will take up to 14-17 days for your results to be ready. If your results are positive, you will receive a phone call. Do not expect a call before six days from the time of your test. If your results are negative, you will receive a letter in the mail in about 14 days. If it has been 14 days since your test and you have not received your results, please call (888) 787-5733. Someone will be available to assist you Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Is the test free?

Health insurance information is required. No patient will pay a co-pay or be charged for the test. If you receive a bill, please email us at [email protected].

Why are you going through insurance? Why isn’t this free?

Only testing sites operated by the State are free. However, the State of California mandated that all health insurance plans cover 100% of the COVID-19 test with no copays or deductibles paid by the individual. If you get tested at our site and receive a bill from your insurance company, please email us at [email protected]

Can I get tested if I’m uninsured?

Not at this location at this time. We will update the public if that changes. You can look for updates on our website at testing.plan-your-care.org. Available testing locations for uninsured people are in French Camp, Lodi, Tracy and Manteca. See below: 

Free testing locations:

1. French Camp

    San Joaquin General Hospital
    500 W Hospital Rd French Camp, CA, 95231
    Hours of Operation: 9AM - 5PM on Mon-Sat
    Appointments required:
    https://www.projectbaseline.com/study/covid-19/eligibility/

2. Lodi

    Lodi Library
    201 W Locust St Lodi, CA, 95240
    Hours of Operation: 7AM-7PM on Mon-Fri
    Appointments required here: https://lhi.care/covidtesting

3. Tracy

    Rite Aid
    970 W. Grant Line Road

4. Manteca

    CVS
    1175 West Lathrop Road

Can I pay out of pocket?

To limit person-to-person contact, we cannot accept payment at the mobile test site. Utilizing one of the State operated sites in French Camp or Lodi is the best option.

Is there an age requirement to be tested?

We can test minors with appropriate parental consent. For safety considerations of patients and staff, we must be able to safely test while the patient remains seated in the car. 

Is this the antibody test? Will you eventually have the antibody test?

This is a PCR test, which is the only type of test approved for diagnostic purposes. This test directly identifies the presence of the virus. The utilization of antibody tests in the general public is still unclear as we have no evidence indicating if patients have immunity and for how long based on the results.