Free COVID-19 at-home test kits are currently out of stock at the Cuyahoga Falls Library. Visit the drive-thru to pick up kits. Limit 4 tests per household.
New proctored Abbott brand test kits offer a “test-to-treat” option. This means:
- Individuals who test positive will have the option to be immediately connected to a clinician who can provide a medical evaluation and prescribe treatment if they qualify.
- Prescriptions provided can be filled at a pharmacy of their choice for pick up or delivery nationwide, depending on their location and the availability of the treatment.
- The state-provided eMed rapid antigen test covers the cost of the verified lab report, clinical evaluation, prescription and treatment.
The Ohio Department of Health provides a dashboard listing type of COVID testing, location, and contact information that is available by county or postal/zip code, here.
Basic COVID-19 Test & Vaccination FAQs
Free Rapid Home COVID Test Kits
Q: Is there a limit on the number of free COVID rapid test kits I can get from the library?
A: Yes, the limit is 4 tests per household.
Q: Do COVID-19 at-home kits have an expiration date?
A: Yes. Tests usually have an expiration date.
Expiration dates are present on the box, but some manufacturers (in conjunction with health officials), have extended some expiration dates past what is printed on the box.
- To confirm the expiration date of your Abbott brand kit, you will need to find the lot number on your kit on the list here or contact Abbott Technical Services by telephone at 1-800-257-9525 or email email@example.com
- iHealth brand tests from the federal government also have expiration dates, some of which have also been extended. Click here for the expiration checking tool.
Q: Where can I go to be vaccinated?
A: The Summit County Public Health Department holds periodic vaccination clinics. Some pharmacys and medical providers also offer COVID-19 vaccinations.
Summit County Public Health
1867 W Market St
Akron, OH 44313
- To schedule a timeslot for drive-thru vaccination visit: gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov
- If you are homebound in Summit County & need COVID-19 vaccination, click below tiny.cc/SCHomebound or call 330-926-5795
For more information, visit: https://www.scph.org/covid/vaccine
Q: Who is currently eligible to be vaccinated?
A: View more info on SCPH.org
Q: Is the COVID-19 vaccination safe for children? What was the approval process for the vaccine?
A: We’ve partnered with Western Reserve Hospital to bring you the facts from an expert. Learn from Dr. Erin Onder, PharmD, BCPS, CIC, who is the Infection Control Officer and Clinical Pharmacy Manager at Western Reserve. Read more.