COVID-19: Testing Information

Free Public COVID-19 Testing in Moorpark

COVID-19 Testing at Moorpark CollegeThe Ventura County Health Care Agency offers free drive-through testing at kiosks at Moorpark College and across Ventura County, for anyone who lives or works in Ventura County. You will not be charged for the test, and you don’t need to have health insurance. You should pre-register at www.360clinic.mdWalk-up service is only available as time permits.

The PCR test is a self-administered nasal swab, and results are sent via E-mail or text message.  The test determines if you currently have COVID-19; it is not an antibody test that determines if you have previously had COVID-19.

The Moorpark testing site is at:

Moorpark College, 7075 Campus Road
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Northeast corner of campus, in the Charles Temple Observatory parking lot (approach from the west, from Collins Drive)
Monday through Friday, 9AM - 5PM

You should pre-register at www.360clinic.mdWalk-up service is only available as time permits.

If you have questions about your results, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions.  If you have not received your results after five days, please contact the lab.

Other Testing OptionsCOVID-19 Testing Sites Flyer

  • Testing by Appointment at State Testing Sites: The State of California operates four local testing sites (in Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, and Oxnard).  To make an appointment, please call (888) 634-1123 or visit
  • Testing by Appointment at County Clinics: The Ventura County Health Care agency offers tests for symptomatic individuals only by appointment at clinics in Ventura, Oxnard, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, and Fillmore.  To make an appointment, please call (805) 652-7660.

What if I Test Positive?

If you have tested positive for COVID-19 and have questions:

  • Individuals who have tested positive for COVID19 and provided a cell number to the testing site at the time they took the COVID19 test, will receive a text message from Ventura County Public Health (VCPH) with a survey link for case investigation/contact tracing purposes. The message is in English and Spanish. Please respond to the text message by completing the text survey.
  • In the text survey, you will find information on isolation/quarantine, links to more information and resources and VCPH Communicable Disease (CD) unit’s main phone line.
  • If you complete the survey and indicate that you are unable to self-isolate, your case is noted and you will be assigned to a case investigator. The case investigator will contact you for follow up and assistance.
  • If you do not provide a cell phone number to the testing site, you will be assigned to a case investigator for follow up.
  • VCPH’s main CD line (805) 981-5201 is staffed 7 days a week from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. If someone calls after hours, they are provided with an after-hours number they can call, or they can leave a message that VCPH will return their call the next day. The recording is in both English and Spanish.

Individuals needing assistance with isolation/quarantine can call the helpline at (805) 981-5201. It is staffed 7 days a week from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. A nurse is also available to speak to after hours.