COVID Antibody Testing in Charlotte, NC

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Clinic(s) in Charlotte 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.
  • 2.5 miles
    210 East Trade Street
    Charlotte, NC 28202
    Inside CVS Pharmacy
    Health Hub Logo
    Schedule a test
    4.6 (29 Ratings)
    5
    October 25, 2022
    "Fast and friendly"
  • 10.3 miles
    12830 Walker Branch Rd
    Charlotte, NC 28273
    Inside Target
    Health Hub Logo
    Schedule a test
    4.6 (23 Ratings)
    4.5
    October 22, 2022
    "Great PA who gave my daughter her flu shot. He was very kind and patient and helped her through."
  • 11.2 miles
    9841 Northlake Centre Pkwy
    Charlotte, NC 28216
    Inside Target
    Health Hub Logo
    Schedule a test
    4.8 (35 Ratings)
    5
    November 15, 2022
    "the clinic was very very clean, I did not feel any racial discrimination, the main focus of the employee was to make sure that I was ok and that meant a lot to me. My sister actually told me about this location when she and her kids went for covid testing and how attentive the staff was too their patients. I am so glad we found this clinic"
  • 18.1 miles
    6150 Bayfield Pkwy
    Concord, NC 28027
    Inside Target
    Health Hub Logo
    Schedule a test
    3.9 (42 Ratings)
    4.5
    November 18, 2022
    "The two people working the day I was there were amazingly helpful and took care of my needs. Thank you!"
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How to get the antibody test for COVID-19 in Charlotte, NC

Select CVS MinuteClinic® locations in Charlotte 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.

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