All Summit County Health Departments offering drive-thru rapid testing Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays starting October 1st
85 North 50 E, Coalville
110 N Main St, Kamas
650 Round Valley Dr, Park City
Summit County Health Department COVID-19 Investigation Information
WHO SHOULD BE TESTED:
- Anyone with signs/symptoms of COVID-19 (even if as minor as a runny nose or congestion)
- All household contacts (including children) of positive COVID cases
- Friends, coworkers or school contacts of positive COVID cases- please test a minimum of 7 days after the last exposure to the case.
ISOLATION: (for persons who test positive)
- To determine your isolation period:
- If you have symptoms: use onset date of symptoms, up to 2 days prior to the date of testing.
- If you don’t have symptoms: Use positive test date.
We encourage everyone to get tested whenever they have symptoms such as a headache, hay fever symptoms, diarrhea, cold-like symptoms, runny nose, cough, or fever. The rapid tests such as over-the-counter tests, may not be positive for a few days after the onset of symptoms, so instead, consider getting a PCR test.
PCR tests are available without charge and without an appointment at the Park City Hospital or Instacare (8 am-3 pm M-S) or through Test Utah (in the Park City High School parking lot) on Wednesdays from 10 am-7 pm.
QUARANTINE: (for persons that are exposed to a positive case)
- All contacts of COVID cases must quarantine for 10 days AFTER the last exposure to an infected person.
An exposure is spending 15 minutes or more within 6feet of an infected person within a 24 hour period,
masks or no masks.
- If a contact is a work, friend, or church contact, they may choose to get tested no less than 7 days after
the last exposure to the infected person, if the test is negative, they can skip the last three days of
- If the contact lives with the COVID case, then quarantine is for 10 days after the last date of exposure
and there is no test exception available. It may not be possible for children to completely quarantine
from a parent or sibling who has tested positive. In this situation, public health will recommend that
quarantine begin AFTER the infectious period of the case ends which is at least 10 full davs. This
means that family members could be in quarantine for 20 davs instead of 10.
- If a contact is completely vaccinated against COVID they do not need to quarantine unless they show
symptoms. If symptoms are present, they should start quarantine and get tested immediately.
Completely vaccinated means 14 days after the last dose of a one or two dose vaccine series
- Any contact that is completely vaccinated against COVID should be tested 3-5 days after exposure.
- If a contact has had lab confirmed COVID within 90 days of the last exposure to a positive case, they do
not need to quarantine.