LAUSD Launches At-Home Test Distribution ProgramThe Los Angeles Unified School District announced that parents and students can pick up their at-home testing kits on Friday and Saturday.
Testing In High Demand As COVID Cases Continue To RiseAs COVID cases in Los Angeles and Orange County are rising, people are wasting no time going to get tested for the virus.
Insurance Companies Fight Against COVID Testing BillAn association of insurance companies challenged Senate Bill 510 because of a clause requiring them to retroactively pay for workplace COVID-19 tests.
LA County Reports More Than 6,500 Cases In One DayOn Wednesday, the Los Angeles Public Health Department reported 6,509 new cases of COVID-19, over double the previous day's total. 
Testing Kits Fly Off Shelves Ahead Of The HolidaysThe Omicron variant of COVID-19  has swept through the region, driving many to testing sites to celebrate responsibly this holiday season.
Here's Where To Get Free COVID-19 Testing In Ventura CountyThe County of Ventura is offering free drive-up and walk-up COVID-19 testing to residents and people who work in the area.
Beutner Defends Cost Of LAUSD COVID-19 Testing, Tracing ProgramThe program will focus on testing students, staff and families at a cost of $300 per student — millions of dollars over the course of the year.
Free Indoor COVID-19 Testing Site Opening In Azusa Next WeekAzusa City Council has approved an agreement between the City and County of Los Angeles to open a free indoor COVID-19 testing site.
Appointments At LA County, City COVID-19 Testing Sites Nearly Completely Filled UpThose looking to get a free COVID-19 test through Los Angeles County or City testing sites may be out of luck.
Long Beach Offers Coronavirus Testing For Residents Regardless Of SymptomsLong Beach residents can now receive coronavirus testing at three city-operated sites regardless of whether they are showing any symptoms of COVID-19.
Coronavirus: Rideshare, Delivery And Taxi Drivers Can Get Tested Regardless Of Symptoms; Senior Meals Program ExpandingStarting Tuesday, rideshare, delivery and taxi drivers can start getting tested for the novel coronavirus, whether or not they are experiencing symptoms.