Where to Find COVID-19 Testing and Vaccinations

Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD) has received reports that local medical providers have limited COVID-19 testing supplies.  Providers are having difficulty getting supplies due to the high demand caused by the sharp increase in cases across the US. Current supplies will be prioritized to test those who are severely ill or most at risk.  Individuals wanting to be tested for COVID-19 may have to travel outside the health district to find a testing site.

Where to get Tested 

If you have symptoms of COVID-19:

  • Isolate immediately and contact your medical provider for instructions on testing for COVID-19.

If you do NOT have symptoms of COVID-19:

  • Walgreens or CVS Pharmacies will test for COVID-19 without symptoms. Appointments are required and a fee applies.
  • Nomi Health is conducting free drive thru COVID testing at Gateway Mall in Lincoln. Sign up at testing.nomihealth.com.


Anyone waiting for test results should isolate away from others until they receive their results.


Where to get Vaccinated 

Community vaccination clinics: call to get one scheduled in your area

August 24th – Dundy High School – 5 to 7 pm

August 24th – Eustis “Creamery” – 4 to 7 pm

August 26th – McCook fairgrounds – 4 to 7 pm

August 31st – Curtis NTCA 5:30 to 7 pm 

Dundy County Hospital/Quality Healthcare Clinic Benkelman (308) 423-2151

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Mark’s Pharmacy


Cambridge (308) 697-3400


Adams Drug


Imperial (308) 882-4949


Chase County Clinic


Imperial (308) 882-7299
Red Willow County Health Department McCook (308) 345-1790
Farrell’s Pharmacy


McCook (308) 345-1781
U-Save Pharmacy


McCook (308) 345-5670


Walmart Pharmacy


McCook (308) 345-7024


Safeway Pharmacy


Ogallala (308) 284-3670


U-Save Pharmacy


Ogallala (308) 284-2242
Walmart Pharmacy


Ogallala (308) 284-0118


Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department McCook + mobile locations (308) 345-4223




SWNPHD had 86 new cases of COVID-19 reported from August 17th to August 23rd, 2021, bringing the weekly average to 47 cases per week. The total number of cases is 4,156.  Vaccination rates across the health district have reached 44%.  This number includes fully vaccinated as well as partially vaccinated individuals.