COVID Antibody Testing in Anaheim, CA


Clinic(s) in Anaheim with COVID Antibody Testing

Appointments are now required

You will need to schedule online (recommended) or walk in to make an appointment

Please note that walk-in appointments are based on availability and do not guarantee you will be seen.
  • 1.8 miles
    1803 South Harbor Blvd
    Anaheim, CA 92802
    Inside CVS Pharmacy
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    4.9 (100 Ratings)
    September 26, 2021
    The practioner was very professional and caring while getting my biometric screening done. She made sure I was feeling okay and walked me through every step that we were about to do. She used hand sanitizer and gloves and kept her distance as well. I was in and out super fast, and will definitely keep coming back for these check ups.
  • 8.5 miles
    18080 Imperial Highway
    Yorba Linda, CA 92886
    Inside CVS Pharmacy
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  • 26.6 miles
    2900 Sepulveda Boulevard
    Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
    Inside CVS Pharmacy
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    4.9 (132 Ratings)
    October 7, 2021
    We arrived early for our appointment and they took us right away. The practitioner listened to our issue, asked a lot of good questions and was able to diagnose the issue quickly. She sent the prescription right to the pharmacy of our choice and the prescription was ready quickly. We have already seen improvement in our son’s condition. We will absolutely return in the future. Minute Clinic is so much easier to get an appointment and is a lot less expensive than visiting our primary care physician.

How to get the antibody test for COVID-19 in Anaheim, CA

Select CVS MinuteClinic® locations in Anaheim are offering COVID antibody testing as a cash pay service. Use our locator to find a location near you offering this service.

What is a COVID antibody test?

An antibody test can detect antibodies that developed as a result of exposure to COVID-19. It is important to remember that COVID-19 antibody testing should not be used to determine or validate the effectiveness of a COVID-19 vaccine. It should also not be used alone to confirm a diagnosis of a current infection. Patients who test positive for antibodies should continue to be vigilant about following CDC guidelines to prevent COVID-19 infection including social distancing, wearing masks/face coverings in public, and all patients regardless of immune status should receive the COVID-19 vaccine.