As Indiana eases restrictions on residents and businesses, testing for the coronavirus is key to getting the state back on track. A new large-scale COVID-19 testing effort is underway for symptomatic Hoosiers, with more than 150 testing sites statewide.

Tests are available to those who are experiencing symptoms, close contacts of positive cases and residents of congregate living settings. Symptoms include cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, and new loss of taste or smell. This list is not inclusive, so be sure to consult a medical professional with questions and concerns related to the coronavirus.

Through the Indiana State Department of Health, tests are available Monday through Friday at 50 locations across the state. Appointments can be made online or by calling 888-634-1123. Those tested will not be charged and do not need insurance, but individuals with private insurance are asked to bring their information with them.

Test results are typically available within 48 hours. Hoosiers who test positive will receive a phone call, and those who test negative will be notified via email or text.

These free sites are in addition to testing offered by local hospitals and clinics. Criteria to be tested and costs vary at these locations, so check online before going to a site or making an appointment. Click here for an interactive map with a list of open sites near you.

For the latest information on the state’s COVID-19 efforts, visit in.gov/coronavirus.