COVID-19 Information

Seymour Health provides a COVID-19 Testing service; for further information please click on the tab below.

COVID-19 Testing Clinic

Prior to receiving any COVID 19 test, community members need to complete the Department’s Test Tracker.

We encourage community members to complete the Victorian Department of Health’s COVID-19 testing registration form. You can access the form using this link. ‘Test Tracker’ is a digital testing program that uses QR codes and digital forms to link a test participant to a unique ID number. This unique number is used throughout the entire testing process, from the test site, to the pathology lab and communication of test results. This aims to improve manual processes and data integrity in the COVID 19 response.

Seymour Health’s COVID-19 Testing Clinic provides free COVID-19 PCR testing and distributes Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs) to people who meet testing criteria.
If you are able, please register online for a URN prior to attending for a test. This will decrease the time you spend waiting for your test.

Anyone who has the following symptoms, however mild, should get tested for COVID-19:
• fever
• chills or sweats
• cough
• sore throat
• shortness of breath
• runny nose
• loss or change in sense of smell or taste
• headache, muscle soreness, stuffy nose, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.

You also need to be tested if you are a household or household like contact of a person with COVID-19. To see who meets this definition, please click here.
To get further advice, call the 24-hour Coronavirus Hotline 1800 675 398 or your doctor.

The Seymour Health COVID-19 Testing clinic is open for RAT collection 9am - 4pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
PCR testing 1:30pm - 3:30pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Phone Number: 0436 345 573

Who should get tested for COVID-19:
COVID-19 Testing Registration:
Where to get tested for COVID-19:
Reporting your Rapid Antigen Test Result:
What to do it you test positive to COVID-19
What to do if you have been told you are a contact of a COVID-19 positive case: