Free COVID-19 Testing for Greensboro Residents October 29th and 30th! | Coronavirus

GREENSBORO, NC – The Old North State Medical Society (ONSMS) is running free COVID-19 testing in Greensboro. The exam is open to adults aged 18 and over and insurance is not required. The test results will be returned in 3-5 days.

The tests are carried out:

  • Thursday – October 29 & Friday – October 30, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Jesus Christ Church of the Triad, 2804 S. Randleman Road Greensboro, NC 27406

For these tests, residents are asked to report so that the test staff can plan accordingly. RSVP and additional data can be found at:

Since testing began in July, ONSMS has worked with local organizations such as the Andrew A. Best Medical Society in Greenville to conduct free weekly testing in all North Carolina communities. the Greensboro Housing Authority; Quality care center in Charlotte; and the Durham Academy of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy. This is a nationwide measure to ensure the safety of residents during the pandemic, especially vulnerable communities such as African American and Latinx communities.

Materials are available in Spanish and English for testing purposes so that residents can get the facts they need to protect themselves during this global pandemic.

For more information, visit and you can sign up to be notified of free testing and COVID-19 training near you.


About ONSMS:

The Old North State Medical Society (ONSMS) was founded in 1887 to advance the interests of African American doctors and continues to support the interests of minority medical practitioners. They are focused on educating and empowering the most vulnerable patients and people in communities who consistently experience poorer health outcomes, and seek to protect the quality of patient care in all North Carolina communities. Find out more at:

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