Travel Testing

Travel During COVID-19

Local Resources for Travel Testing

Testing FacilityLocationContact NumberTesting Specifics
Saturn Clinic105 S. Elm St.
Colville, WA 99114
509-684-3584Antigen and PCR testing available Thursdays and Fridays from 7:00am to 4:00pm. PCR costs $150 and results available in 45-60 minutes. Antigen costs $25 and results available in 25-30 minutes. Do not need to be a patient. 
NEW Health Program ClinicsColville, Chewelah, Ione, Nine Mile Falls, Springdale. 

See website for specific locations:
Colville - 509-684-1440
Chewelah - 509-935-8424
Ione - 509-442-3514
Nine Mile Falls - 509-464-3627
Northport - 509-732-4252
Springdale - 509-258-4234
Testing available for established patients and new patients are always accepted. Call for location-specific information about PCR or antigen test type availability. 
Heartland Medicine250 S. Main St
Colville, WA 99114
509-684-7925Testing available with results in about 48 hours. Rapid PCR test not available. 
Providence HospitalColville and ChewelahColville: 509-684-3701
Chewelah: 509-935-8211
Primary care provider order required for travel testing. Results available in 24-48 hours. 
Colville Safeway391 N Main St
Colville, WA 99114
509-684-8481Rapid PCR. $99 out of pocket, insurance cannot be billed. Testing is only for people without symptoms. 
Newport Safeway121 W Walnut 
Newport, WA 99156
509-447-3972Rapid PCR. $99 out of pocket, insurance cannot be billed. Testing is only for people without symptoms. 

  • iHealth at-home COVID-19 tests can be used, in some circumstances, to meet travel testing requirements. Visit iHealth's website for more information. 

Other travel testing options may be available in adjacent communities such as: 

Testing sites only provide the test and result, they cannot assist with other travel requirements. Prior to traveling, please review other requirements for your destination, including acceptable types of COVID-19 tests.  

Travel to Canada: 

Beginning April 1, 2022, travelers who are up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines no longer need to provide a negative pre-entry test result to enter Canada. However, travelers who are not vaccinated or are not up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines must continue to follow pre-entry testing requirements. 

To find more travel related information, please visit: 

International Travel

If you're planning to travel outside the U.S., be aware of the COVID-19 international travel advisories and restrictions. Guidance on international travel changes as the virus situation develops. Check for latest information before you travel.