COVID-19 Testing

General Information

COVID-19 testing continues to be offered throughout the county. We encourage any and all community members to take advantage of this resource when necessary. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to COVID-19 please get tested.

Testing Sites

Red Bluff Community Center Site:
This site is open Mondays & Tuesdays from 7 AM – 3 PM

Appointments have priority over walk-ins.

Schedule your appointment online at or call 1-888-634-1123.

Pop-up Testing Sites:
We will be having some pop-up testing clinics throughout the community. When these are clinics are scheduled, they will be an option to choose from when scheduling with LHI. If there are no pop-up clinics scheduled, they will not be available within the LHI scheduling system.

Schedule your appointment online at or call 1-888-634-1123.

Check with your Primary Care Provider:
If you are unable to utilize the LHI clinics you may call your Primary Care Provider to see if they have testing available to you.

Tehama County Public Health
If you are unable to utilize the resources listed above please contact Tehama County Public Health at (530) 527-6824.

What To Do After Getting Tested

Please utilize this resource containing valuable information on what to do after being tested for COVID-19

COVID-19: What you Need to Know

If your test result comes back positive:

  1. Self-Isolate for 10 days after symptom onset (or test date if you had no symptoms)
  2. Complete any questionnaires or surveys sent to you by the California COVID Team
  3. Notify your close contacts that they have been exposed and suggest they get tested, symptom monitor, and self-quarantine for 10 days from the date of their exposure. Close Contacts are people you were within 6 feet of you for more than 15 minutes.
  4. If you experience dangerous COVID-19 symptoms such as chest pain, pressure, difficulty breathing, bluish lips or face call 911 or seek emergency medical care.

Public Health does not require a negative test result prior to your return to work or school.

Public Health does not require a release from us in order to return to work or school.

Employers can utilize the state’s Employer Playbook to determine when to allow employees back to work. We have FAQs posted that can also be helpful to assist you in determining when to allow staff back to work, or when to ask staff to stay home. If you need further assistance contact Tehama County Public Health via email at or call (530) 527-6824.