COVID-19 : 무료 검사를 위한 등록 방법

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COVID-19 검사를 받으세요

시애틀 시, 킹 카운티 및 워싱턴 의과대학 (UW Medicine) 현재 시애틀 전역의 두 곳에서 무료 COVID-19 검사를 제공하고 있습니다.

드라이브 스루 검사가가능합니다. 그러나 온라인 또는 전화로 먼저 등록해야만 합니다.

시애틀에 거주, 근무 또는 정기적으로 방문하며, COVID-19의 증상이 있고/있거나 지난 14일 이내에 COVID-19 확진자에게 노출된 경우, 무료로 검사를 받을 수 있습니다. COVID-19 증상으로는 발열, 기침, 숨 참, 호흡곤란, 인후통, 후각 상실, 오한, 몸살, 두통, 피로, 설사, 콧물, 코막힘 등이 있습니다

무료 검사를 위해서는 다음이 필요합니다.

  • 생년월일과 사진이 포함된 신분증. 시민권이나 이민 신분에 상관없이 검사를 받을 수 있습니다.
  • 보험 카드, 보험에 들어 있는 경우. 검사를 예약하기 위해 보험이나 의사의 진단서는 필요하지 않습니다. 검사 비용은 청구되지 않을 것입니다.

 

1. 검사를 예약하세요

온라인으로 등록하기(양식은 영어로 되어 있습니다)

  • 등록 절차를 시작하려면 검사 받을 장소를 아래에서 선택하세요.
  • 가기 전에 예약 시간을 선택하세요. 보험이 있는 경우 보험 정보를 입력하세요. 예약이 확인되면 스케줄 시스템 Solv로부터 확인 이메일 또는 문자를 받게 됩니다

전화로 등록하기

  • 등록하는데 도움이 필요하시면 (206) 684-2489로 전화하세요. 전화서비스는 월~금  오전 8:30~오후 5:00, 토요일 오전 10:00~오후 3:00 까지 이용 가능합니다.
  • 언어 지원이 필요한 경우, 필요한 언어를 영어로 말씀해주세요. 통역사와 연결해 드리겠습니다.

 

2. 검사 장소를 방문하세요

  • 등록 이후, 예약된 시간에 검사 장소에서 드라이브 스루로 검사를 받으실 수 있습니다.
  • 이 과정은 약 20분 정도 걸릴 것입니다. 검사 장소 방문 시 마스크를 착용하세요.
  • 검사 후, 검사 장소에서 귀하에게 제공한 코드를 저장해야 합니다. 다음은 코드의 예입니다.

Example of QR Code

 

3. 결과를 알아보세요

  • QR 코드를 스캔하여 결과를 바로 알 수 있습니다.
  • 또한 워싱턴 의과대학 (UW Medicine) 웹사이트(https://securelink.labmed.uw.edu)를 방문하여 웹페이지에서 16자리 검색 코드와 생년월일로 결과를 검색할 수도 있습니다.
  • 결과는 1-2일 후에 나오게 됩니다.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Anyone with these symptoms:
    • Fever or chills
    • Cough
    • Shortness of breath, difficulty breathing
    • Fatigue
    • Muscle or body aches, headache
    • Loss of taste or smell
    • Sore throat
    • Congestion or runny nose
    • Nausea or vomiting
    • Diarrhea  
  • Anyone who has had close contact for more than 15 minutes with someone who has the virus.  
    • If you think you have COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who does, STAY AWAY FROM OTHERS AND GET TESTED.

  • If you have insurance, Medicare or Medicaid you must provide this information and UW Medicine will bill them. You will not be charged for the test and will not receive a bill. You do not need to have insurance or a doctor's note to schedule a test. 
  • If you are uninsured, UW Medicine will seek reimbursement directly from the federal uninsured COVID testing fund for the cost of your test. At the site you will be asked to provide one piece of identification such as your driver's license, Washington State ID, or social security number to enable UW Medicine to bill the federal uninsured COVID testing fund. Testing is available regardless of your citizenship/immigration status.  
  • Reimbursement from insurance, Medicaid, Medicare and the federal uninsured COVID testing fund is necessary in order to offer testing free of charge to you.

  • You are strongly encouraged to book an appointment and complete online forms in advance in order to head straight to testing after a quick verification of your information. 
  • If there are no available appointments and you need testing, there is limited capacity to show up without an appointment.  Remember to bring your identification and insurance card, if you have one. 
  • You will receive a text message with a link where you can change or cancel your appointment.  If you have questions or issues call the Customer Service Bureau at (206) 684-2489.

  • Result times will vary depending on the time of day you took your test. They will likely be available the next day but may take as long as 48 hours.
  • Yes. You should keep apart from others, even in your household as much as possible. Stay away from others, even if you are not showing symptoms, because the virus can spread before symptoms appear. If you have no safe place to stay apart from others, King County can help. Call the COVID-19 Call Center at 206-477-3977. The line is open from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m.

  • You must stay away from other people until you are better. Use a separate bedroom and bathroom, if possible. If not, stay at least six feet apart from others while sleeping or talking. If you have no safe place to stay apart from others, call the county's Covid-19 Call Center at 206-477-3977. The line is open from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m.
  • If you have a negative result, but have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, stay away from others for 14 days. It can take up to two weeks for symptoms to appear.

  • You might receive a call from state or county health officials if you test positive. The caller will help figure out if you have exposed family, friends or co-workers to the virus. They will not ask about your immigration status, social security number or finances. Any information they collect will only be shared with public health professionals who are working to contain the virus. The caller can also help connect you to any support you might need.

  • We strongly encourage you to take a photo of your QR code for safe keeping, but if you lose your QR code or have trouble accessing your results, call University of Washington Medicine at 1-833-562-1212 for technical assistance.  
  • For support interpreting your results, call your provider or King County's COVID-19 Call Center at 206-477-3977. The line is open from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m.

  • The results from all COVID-19 tests flow into the Washington Disease Reporting System (WDRS), an electronic disease surveillance system that allows public health staff in Washington state to receive, enter, manage, process, track and analyze disease-related data.  As part of this flow, results are shared with Public Health Seattle-King County.  Washington State and King County publish aggregated COVID-19 data every day on their websites.  Find aggregated COVID-19 data for Washington state on this website and for King County on this website.

Seattle Testing made possible in partnership with:

Seattle Fire Department Shield     University of Washington Medicine       US Digital Response   Public Health Seattle & King County