Walk-In Rapid COVID-19 Testing in Charlotte NC

Visit our walk-in clinic for Rapid Molecular COVID-19 testing and get results in just under 5 minutes with no appointment necessary.


Need a quick COVID-19 test with accurate results?

Visit AFC Urgent Care on Tyvola Road. Our medical team provides Rapid COVID testing 7 days a week with no appointment required – just come by for a walk-in visit. Plus, unlike mass testing sites, all patients must be seen by one of our medical providers, ensuring the highest standard of care.


Travel COVID Testing

Heading out of town? We offer Travel Rapid PCR COVID-19 testing without booking. You can stop by our clinic Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. If you and a large group are traveling, we can administer tests for the group in one visit, but please call ahead so we can make appropriate preparations.


Charlotte, NC COVID info From AFC Urgent Care

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Symptoms of COVID-19 are chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, diarrhea, new loss of taste and/or smell, fever, dry cough, shortness of breath.

  • Step 1 – When you enter the building, make sure to put on your face covering. We have masks available if you need one. Please remember to keep a safe distance of six feet from others while inside.
  • Step 2 – Head to the reception desk and let them know you’ve arrived. After you’ve checked in, you will return to your car and wait for a text letting you know it’s time for your appointment.
  • Step 3 – Your AFC provider will consult with you about your symptoms, acquire testing and share the results.
  • Step 4 – Once you have completed your visit, an AFC team member will give you any necessary paperwork and aftercare instructions. 

Health officials recommend a full office visit along with COVID-19. If COVID-19 comes back negative, there could be underlying issues. If COVID-19 comes back positive there could be fluid on lungs and low oxygen levels the patient may not be aware of. In March 2020 a NYC emergency room physician working in the middle of the pandemic in NYC was published in the New York Times: “When COVID pneumonia first strikes, patients don’t feel short of breath, even as their oxygen levels falls. And by the time they do, they have alarmingly low oxygen levels and moderate-to-severe pneumonia.”