Agape Health Services has become Covid-19 Testing Site. 

Testing is provided by appointment only. 

Call at least one day in advance.

To schedule an appointment call:

Washington location at: 252 940 0602

Williamston location at: 252 789 0401


Covid-19 Testing Available: 


In Washington: 

Monday, Wednesday, Friday


from 2:30pm-4:30pm

In Williamston:

Tuesday and Thursday


10:30am – 12:30pm


Centers Of Disease Control and Prevention

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WHY get Tested?


Agape Health Services is here to help you protect yourself, your family and friends and the community we live in, by reducing the impact of Covid -19. The Department of Health and Human Services, encourages to increase testing, expand contact tracing, and data collection to help gather information on how to better protect us all, our loved once and our neighbors. 

Testing is very important part in addressing Covid-19 pandemic, because it is critical to ensure that people who are infected or have been exposed have access to the resources and support they need to better monitor their condition.

WHO Should Get Tested?


  • Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19.

  • Close contacts of known positive cases, regardless of symptoms.

  • Get tested immediately if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. If you do not have symptoms, you should wait at least six days after your last known exposure to COVID-19 before you get tested.

  • Groups of some of the populations with higher risk of exposure or a higher risk of severe disease if they become infected. People in these groups should get tested if they believe they may have been exposed to COVID-19, whether or not they have symptoms.   

  • People who live in or have regular contact with high-risk settings (e.g., long-term care facility, homeless shelter, correctional facility, migrant farmworker camp).

  • People from historically marginalized populations who have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. This fact sheet provides best practices for community testing in historically marginalized populations.

  • Frontline and essential workers (grocery store clerks, gas station attendants, child care workers, construction sites, processing plants, etc.)

  • Health care workers or first responders.

  • People who are at higher risk of severe illness.

  • People who have attended protests, rallies, or other mass gatherings could have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 or could have exposed others.

  • Most people who get COVID-19 recover without needing medical care. If you are experiencing severe, life threating symptoms (for example, severe difficulty breathing, altered thinking, blue lips), seek immediate medical care or call 9-1-1.

For more information go to NC DHHS COVID_19