Coronavirus Testing

See if You are Currently Infected

Information on this page is subject to change. Please check back here regularly for up-to-date information on your local KidsStreet Urgent Care or MainStreet Family Care clinic.

Does MainStreet offer testing for COVID-19?

Yes! You can walk in anytime for coronavirus testing. We are excited to offer a rapid COVID-19 swab test that can tell within 15 minutes whether or not you are currently infected with the coronavirus. For details and information about this rapid test, check out our

For more information on the test to see if you HAD COVID-19 click here.

What else do I need to know to prepare for my visit?

  • If you come to the clinic for a test, please be sure to wear a mask. If you do not have one, our front desk staff should be able to provide one for you. Wearing a facemask is the best way to limit any potential transmission.
  • If you are experiencing symptoms, we will test you for other types of infection first, then we will test for Coronavirus (COVID-19).
  • The COVID-19 rapid swab test takes 15 minutes to process, and you will have your results before you leave the clinic.
  • In order to process the test and provide you with results, you will also be required to set up an online patient portal account with us. 
If you are in need of testing, there is no appointment needed. Simply walk in any of our KidsStreet or MainStreet clinics to be tested.

Thank you and stay safe!

Testimonials

This office is so nice and effective. The online system is a lifesaver and the time frame is very accurate. The nurses are amazing with my kid, and the doctor was the BEST.
K.S.

We had a great experience! The staff is kind and accommodating! They offered us free drinks and a blanket for my sick daughter. We will be using this urgent care in the future!
L.J.

Doctor and staff were absolutely amazing! They took awesome care of my daughter. Actually, they went over and beyond for her care.
C.S.

What Are The Symptoms?

 

The symptoms of respiratory infection can vary based on type, but tend to include: 

 

  • Coughing or sneezing
  • Sore throat
  • Trouble breathing
  • Drainage
  • Congestion 
  • Stuffy or runny nose
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Red eyes
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches

Types Of Upper Respiratory Infections

 

Many URI’s are typically known as seasonal illnesses, which affect people during certain parts of the year. However, your child can contract a URI at any time especially if they have a weak immune system. 

The Cleveland Clinic considers these to be the most common upper respiratory illnesses: 

 

  • Sinusitis (sinus infection) 
  • Laryngitis
  • Common cold or cold viruses 
  • Pharyngitis (sore throat) 
  • Epiglottitis 
  • RSV (can affect lower respiratory tract as well)

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