Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla and the City of Hoboken are pleased to provide COVID-19 testing for Hoboken residents and Hoboken business employees through a partnership with various testing providers. All testing is by appointment only, with the exception of testing through the New Jersey Department of Health. The Hoboken Health Department recommends getting a COVID-19 test at least 5-7 days after a potential exposure in order to minimize inaccurate results. If you have symptoms, you do not need to wait to get a test.

The Hoboken Health Department has had reports of unauthorized pop-up testing sites in Hoboken. The Hoboken Health Department does not recommend testing at any outdoor pop-up site unless they are associated with the City of Hoboken as indicated on the list below. If you encounter a pop-up testing site, please contact testing@hobokennj.gov to report it. 

The schedule for the week of Jan. 24 is as follows:

Medicine Man Pharmacy and Compounding

Date: Monday (Jan. 31), Tuesday (Feb.1), Wednesday (Feb. 2), Thursday (Feb. 3), Friday (Feb. 4)
Time: 9 am - 2 pm (Monday, Tuesday), 4 - 7 pm (Wednesday), 9 am - 1 pm (Thursday), 9 am - 3 pm (Friday)
Location:605 Jackson Street, 601 Jackson Street (Wednesday, Thursday)
Type of testing: PCR
Who: Hoboken residents, Hoboken business employees
Link for appointments (required): http://www.hobokennj.gov/medicineman

Riverside Medical Group

Date: Tuesday (Feb. 1), Saturday (Feb. 5)
Time: 9 am - 2 pm
Location: 601 Jackson Street
Type of testing: Rapid (15-minute); PCR
Who: Hoboken residents, Hoboken business employees
Link for appointments (required): http://www.hobokennj.gov/riverside    

Prompt MD

Date: Wednesday (Feb. 2), Thursday (Feb. 3)
Time: 8 am -1 pm
Location: 605 Jackson Street
Type of testing: PCR
Who: Hoboken residents, Hoboken business employees
Link for appointments (required): http://www.hobokennj.gov/promptmd

At-home testing

At-home rapid tests are available through the federal government.

Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 antigen tests through the US Postal Service. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days.

There is a limit of one order of four tests per residential address.

To learn more, or to order at-home COVID-19 tests, go to www.covidtests.gov.

Additional Information on Test Results

Additional Information on Test Results

All individuals tested through Prompt MD or individuals who were tested on or before Tuesday, Jan. 11, through Medicine Man Pharmacy & Compounding will receive their results from Star Labs. Residents can check results online through the Star Labs online portal. Log on to http://www.starlabs.org, enter your first name, last name, date of birth, and request an access code to your cell phone or email. You will then be able to view your results online up to 72 hours later, although results may be posted earlier. If you are having trouble accessing results, you can email Star Labs at testresults@starlabs.org and copy testing@hobokennj.gov and the Hoboken Health Department can follow up with the lab.

Individuals tested at clinics with Medicine Man Pharmacy & Compounding on or after Wednesday, Jan. 12, will receive their results via email from Alaine Diagnostics. Those who have not received results within 72 hours of testing should email Info@alainedx.com and copy testing@hobokennj.gov or contact Alaine Diagnostics at (201) 620-2002.

Testing through Riverside Medical Group uses Bio Reference Laboratories. Residents can now check results online through Bio Reference's online portal. Create an account and log on to http://www.bioreference.com, to view your results.

Test results through the New Jersey Department of Health taken at 221 Jackson Street will be provided directly to individuals.