COVID-19 Update

All Indigo locations offer COVID-19 rapid (RT-PCR) tests. Before you visit us, please review our testing options and clinic safety information. 

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Apr20

Indigo Urgent Care expands rapid COVID-19 testing

Indigo Urgent Care just made it easier and more convenient to get fast COVID-19 test results in the Puget Sound and Spokane regions. That’s great news for individuals experiencing symptoms and those needing quick positive results for travel clearance. Results are available the same day, and generally in just a few hours.*

Rapid COVID-19 testing is now available at Indigo locations in:

mobile phone with green check mark: get your RT-PCR rapid test results quickly for peace of mind

Testing is more important than ever

The COVID-19 vaccine rollout has really picked up steam over the last few months. Washington state is administering 56,000 vaccines a day, millions of Washingtonians have been fully vaccinated and vaccine supplies are growing. That’s something to celebrate, but it doesn’t mean we’re out of the woods.

While the number of fully vaccinated individuals is on the rise, so are the number of COVID-19 cases in several counties across Washington state, and local health officials are concerned about a possible fourth wave.

With spring break travel and a broader reopening of schools and businesses, an even bigger bump in cases is expected.

And it's not just a local concern. Cases continue to rise worldwide due to the COVID variants, which now represent more than 40% of all infections in the U.S.

Bar graph with rising arrow: COVID variant cases are increasingRapid testing is more important than ever in the race to trace and stop the spread of COVID-19.

Eligibility and scheduling

Due to limited supplies and high demand, Indigo rapid COVID-19 tests are prioritized for individuals who:

  • Are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills/repeated shaking with chills, new muscle pain, headache, sore throat, nasal congestion, runny nose, new loss of taste or smell, nausea or vomiting and diarrhea)

    To receive a rapid test,  schedule an in-person appointment on the Indigo website.

*‚ÄčIn certain cases, Indigo clinics may provide rapid testing to people who need a COVID test for travel. The type of test offered (e.g., standard nasal swab test has a turnaround time of 1-2 days) depends on supply availability and is subject to the specific criteria of your  travel destination.

Our staff is equipped to provide the right test for your needs, and they will offer you a rapid test if you qualify. 

‚ÄčThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still recommends people who have not been vaccinated get a COVID-19 test before and after they travel. Learn more about the CDC’s domestic and international travel recommendations.

To get a travel test at Indigo, first  complete a video visit with an Indigo Online Care provider. The provider will then refer you to a nearby Indigo location for the test.

Refreshingly fast results you can rely on 

At Indigo, we make it easy to get the care you deserve. That’s why we strive to provide the most accurate and reliable rapid COVID-19 testing methods.

Our clinics administer the RT-PCR rapid test, considered more accurate than many of the antigen tests offered by other health care providers and tests that are available for at-home use through pharmacies and other retailers.

Learn more about COVID-19 testing and schedule an appointment on our Indigo Urgent Care website. Our virtual assistant, Indy, is available 24/7 to answer your questions about COVID-19 symptoms, testing and services provided at our convenient locations.

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