Where to get a coronavirus test in the D.C. area

People in line for coronavirus testing Dec. 21 outside the Benning Stoddert Recreation Center in Southeast Washington. (Craig Hudson for The Washington Post)

Coronavirus cases are surging in the Washington, D.C., region, and demand for tests has increased, too, particularly as the fast-moving omicron variant takes hold in the country. Testing sites have seen long lines, and some pharmacies and libraries have run out of home tests, so be sure to check the hours of operation and availability at any site or store before you go.

Here’s more information on how to get a test in the D.C. area.

Tracking coronavirus deaths, cases and vaccinations in D.C., Maryland and Virginia