Fully Funded COVID-19 Testing

Supporting a safe return to the new normal

Operation Expanded Testing is a program supported and funded through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to provide COVID-19 testing to K-12 schools, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and other select community organizations such as congregate living settings. Eurofins Clinical Enterprise supports this program in 26 states throughout the northeast and southern regions as well as Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Organizations Are Actively Testing
  • A K-12 school district with over 10,000 students, teachers, and staff at 34 sites will test all participants at the beginning of the school year for back-to-school testing. Throughout the school year they will perform weekly surveillance testing on 10% of their participants.
  • A summer school program with 300 students, staff, and volunteers at two sites are testing all participants weekly. Already, this program was able to identify a student infected within one day, enabling a fast response.
  • A state Department of Corrections with over 26,000 inmates and staff at 23 sites will test all inmates at reception, pre- and post-work release, and pre-visitation. They will also periodically test the entire population.

Eligible Groups

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Frequently Asked Questions

1What types of organizations and schools can participate in Operation Expanded Testing?
  • Schools K-12 (public and private)
  • Summer school
  • Summer camps and programs put on by schools (the school must be a sponsor)
  • Homeless shelters
  • Correctional facilities and detention centers (including private state and federal prisons)
  • Tribal communities that are not otherwise being provided testing services
  • Select non-profit community organizations, such as the YMCA
  • 2What is the cost of the program?
    This program is fully funded by the Federal Government. There are no hidden costs.
    3How does the program work?

    You will have ongoing support from enrollment through results and it's easy to get started:

    1. Use the enrollment portal to sign up and Team Eurofins will help you onboard.

    2. Participants (or their parent or guardian) register through an online portal.

    3. After testing, results are available online within 24-48 hours.

    4What kind of training is provided?
    Team Eurofins provides all the training you need to get you up and running quickly. We provide written instructions on everything you need to know, instructional videos, and online training with a live instructor. You will also be paired with an representative who can answer any questions.
    5What happens after enrollment?
    The next business day a member of Team Eurofins will reach out to you to set up the first meeting. They will work with you to understand the specific needs of your school and organization to put a testing program together that makes the most sense for you.
    6Who can sign up my school for this program?
    School administrators, principals, or the head nurse are commonly the roles of people who sign up schools. Unfortunately, parents cannot sign up a school on their own at this time.

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