Covid-19 Community Resources – Don’t Wait to Get Help

Ask A Librarian

Questions about local services? Ask here.

COVID-19 Testing Available at Community Health Clinics in Allegheny County

PITTSBURGH – Testing for COVID-19 is now available at federally qualified health centers in Allegheny County and through Pittsburgh Mercy, a certified community behavioral health clinic.
The tests will be offered at no charge, and patients do not need a doctor’s referral. Anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 should get tested.
Symptoms include: cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat and new loss of taste or smell. This is not a list of all possible symptoms. Other less common symptoms have been reported, including gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.

To schedule an appointment, visit alleghenycovidtesting.com or call the clinic nearest you.

Participating health clinics include:

COVID-19 Hotline

In order to best serve residents with questions and concerns about COVID-19, Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) has partnered with United Way 211 to offer a 24/7 hotline. Please call 888-856-2774 to speak with a representative. Language services available.

COVID-19 Information

Get the latest and most accurate information about COVID-19 from the Allegheny Health Department.

COVID-19 Rumor Control

The Allegheny Health Department has put together a FAQ to counter rumors and misinformation in regards to COVID-19.

World Health Organization COVID-19 FAQ

Get the latest updates about Coronavirus disease pandemic from WHO.

CDC COVID-19 FAQ

The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention provides up-to-date information on your health and well-being during the pandemic.

COVID-19 Interactive Map and Statistics

Get the latest worldwide stats with this interactive map from Johns Hopkins University of Medicine.