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  • Free rapid antigen tests
  • Closure of dedicated PCR testing sites

Free rapid antigen tests

All South Australians can get five free rapid antigen tests from selected collection points across the state until 31 December 2022.

Free rapid antigen tests will be available at more community centres in metro and regional South Australia over the coming weeks.
If you test positive using a rapid antigen test, report your result using the online form on the SA Health website.

If you can’t use the online form or do not have internet access, someone else can report the result for you.

You can also report your result by calling the Communicable Disease Control Branch on 1300 232 272 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday. If you test positive outside of these hours, report your result the next business day.

For more information, visit

Closure of dedicated PCR testing sites

Dedicated PCR testing and RAT collection sites will close on 8 January 2023.
From 9 January, you can get a COVID-19 PCR test with GP referral at selected SA Pathology Collection Centres.
To protect the community, it’s important to test for COVID-19 if you have symptoms and stay home until you are well.
COVID-19 testing is particularly important for people who are eligible for oral antiviral treatments.
Eligible people should speak with their doctor to develop a plan for what they should do if they develop COVID-19 symptoms, this includes Aboriginal people aged 30 years or older who have one additional risk factor.
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