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COVID-19 Testing

CREATE YOUR ACCOUNT (one-time process) Have an image of your insurance card available, front & back, to upload when prompted.

Please DO NOT download the Global Virus Pass (GVP) mobile app to register an account. Please registered an account using the link provided below. 

  • Click CREATE ACCOUNT and click “Join”
  • Enter in your Email Address, First Name, and Last Name
  • Create a password then click Create Account
  • You will be sent an email to confirm your account
  • Confirm account via email and Log in.
  • Once logged in, click on your email address in the upper right and select My Profile
  • Complete your information as requested in the General Information and Insurance Information tabs 
  • Click My Circle and click Insert to add any family members who may also receive COVID-19 testing.
  • Once all family members have been added, click confirm.

Once your account is created you are ready to make an appointment. You can use one of the links provided on this webpage.


  • By signing up through GVP, you will not need to bring anything with you the day of testing
  • If you arrive without an appointment, the nurse will have a QR code available that you can scan to create an account and schedule your test.


nearby SUMMER testing Locations

Lafayette School District


Other school districts in Walamorinda may be holding summer testing at their campuses; below is the most recent information but please call first to confirm: 


Test To Treat

Patients who go to a Contra Costa County Test to Treat site can take a rapid antigen test and, if positive and symptomatic, they will be connected to a doctor through video. If the doctor deems it medically appropriate, they will prescribe oral antiviral pills (Paxlovid or Molnupiravir). There are three new Test to Treat sites in Contra Costa County:

Pleasant Hill



Having problems with setting up your account with Global Virus Pass (GVP)? Submit a help ticket for support.

Accessing Results

Results will be available within 2 calendar days through the LSA Patient Portal. You will receive an email from LSA with the portal link and your access code to view your results.

Assistance With Lab Results

Please note that the Lafayette School District does not have information about your specific test results and therefore cannot answer questions regarding test results; please call or email LSA for assistance.

Please call the clinical lab, Laboratory Services of America (LSA), at (702) 685-6777 or email