COVID-19 Testing In Atlanta: Here Are 22 Locations

ATLANTA, GA — With the omicron variant becoming the new dominant variant of the coronavirus, more people are getting tested.

Omicron variant cases in Georgia, along with other Southeast states, outpace the delta variant, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Georgia public health officials reported 29,929 COVID-19 cases in the past two weeks — nearly twice the amount in the same two weeks ending Nov. 18.

More: GA COVID-19 Cases Spike As Omicron Becomes Dominant In SE: CDC

Here are some testing locations in Atlanta:

Urgent Care 24/7 Centennial Park
285 Olympic Park Drive NW, CU-2A, Atlanta
Hours: 24 Hours
Hours may differ on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
Pre-registration not required but can be done if desired at

FCTS - Free Rapid & PCR Testing
20 Broad Street SW Unit G, Atlanta

Pre-registration not required. For more information go to

Grady Health Medical Center
80 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE, Atlanta

Xero Labs - Downtown
260 Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta

Xero Labs - Ponce
675 Ponce De Leon Avenue NE, Atlanta

Emory Hospital Midtown
550 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta

Drip Hydration - Mobile IV Therapy - Atlanta
691 John Wesley Dobbs Avenue NE, Atlanta

Emergent Testing
850 Oak Street, SW, Atlanta

Sameday Testing - Midtown | ATL
516 Ponce De Leon Avenue, Atlanta

United Spine and Ortho
552 Ponce De Leon Avenue NE, Atlanta

Peachtree Immediate Care
1220 Caroline Street Suite A-230, Atlanta

Peachtree Immediate Care
450 14th Street NW, Atlanta

Piedmont Urgent Care Virginia Highlands
882 Pnce De Leon Avenue NE

CVS Pharmacy
439 Highland Avenue NE, Atlanta
895 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard, Atlanta
680 Ponce De Leon Avenue NE, Atlanta
3221 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta
1015 Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway NW, Atlanta (Community Testing Site)
865 North Highland Avenue, Atlanta

595 Piedmont Avenue NE, Atlanta
3658 Roswell Road NW, Atlanta
2893 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta

For more local testing information, visit the Georgia health department's website.

This article originally appeared on the Atlanta Patch