Increasing Community Access to Testing (ICATT) for COVID-19
After the Public Health Emergency expires on May 11, 2023: The CDC ICATT program will likely continue with a smaller site network that supports testing and disease surveillance needs at non-emergency levels. ICATT will continue to provide no-cost COVID-19 testing for people without health insurance with symptoms related to COVID-19 or who were exposed to someone with COVID-19. A list of ICATT sites can be found on the CDC COVID-19 Testing Locator website.
The CDC Increasing Community Access to Testing (ICATT) program supports no-cost COVID-19 testing for people with symptoms related to COVID-19 or who were exposed to someone with COVID-19.
The ICATT program provides access to COVID-19 testing in U.S. communities that are at greater risk of being affected by the pandemic. The program also supports people without health insurance and surge testing in state and local jurisdictions. These surge sites provide expanded community testing in response to a sudden increase in COVID-19 transmission.
You can also visit your state, tribal, local, or territorial health department website to look for the latest local information on testing.
- Find a COVID-19 vaccine near you
- Visit the CDC COVID-19 website
- Four (4) free at-home COVID-19 tests are available for U.S. households through the federal government at COVID.gov/tests – Free at-home COVID-19 tests.