Andrew Rader COVID-19 Testing Guidance
If you are experiencing COVID-19 / Influenza / Common Cold / Allergy symptoms please process through our Centralized Screening Point (CSP) / Testing Site or contact your Provider Team.
Our CSP is experiencing a severely increased demand on testing. Due to the extreme volume of testing along with limited supplies and personnel our CSP may close earlier once daily testing capacity has been met.
Centralized Screening Point (CSP)
Due to the ongoing surge in COVID-19 cases and the rise in testing demand, outdoor COVID-19 testing is limited to the following individuals until further notice:
1) Active duty personnel and all Rader & Fort McNair Clinic-enrolled beneficiaries who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
2) Active duty personnel traveling on orders for which COVID-19 testing is required prior to travel.
3) Rader & Fort McNair Clinic-enrolled beneficiaries who have been instructed by their provider to undergo COVID-19 testing prior to a medical procedure.
4) Rader, Fort McNair Clinic, and Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall eligible employees notified by Occupational Health regarding the need for testing.
Our testing site is unable to accommodate any other requests for testing at this time. We typically provide testing services between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. However, we will stop testing once we meet our daily capacity and anticipate closures before noon. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your patience.
New CDC Guidance
A Person Under Investigation means if you've been in contact with or exposed to someone with COVID-19. If you are a PUI but have:
- Had a booster dose OR
- Have had Moderna or Pfizer vaccines within the last 6 months OR
- Have had J&J in the last 2 months AND
- Are asymptomatic
You can wear a mask and continue your daily routine and try to get tested on day 5, if you prefer.
If you become symptomatic, you need to get tested.