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Chattanooga, Tennessee COVID-19 Resources

While we’ve found ourselves in a strange time with a lot of uncertainty, our local government has risen to the task and has developed many resources for Hamilton County citizens to utilize. Here is a list of local COVID-19 resources for the Chattanooga, Tennessee area.

Hamilton County, Tennessee Free Community Testing

Free COVID-19 testing is available at a local community testing site:

Bonnyshire Site

7460 Bonnyshire Drive, Chattanooga, TN 37416

HOURS: Monday–Friday 9:00–10:30 A.M.


  • Maximum of 125 tests administered daily.
  • Drive-through only.
  • No appointment needed; no doctor referral needed.
  • Please bring a photo ID.


If you have questions about COVID-19 testing, call the COVID-19 hotline at 423-209-8383 Monday–Friday from 8 AM–6 PM; Saturday from 10 AM–3 PM; Sunday from 10 AM–2 PM.

You can find other COVID-19 testing sites both in our region and surrounding areas here


Up-to-Date COVID-19 Statistics for Hamilton County, Tennessee

If you’ve been following our social media channels, you have seen that we post daily COVID-19 statistics at the end of the day. For more statistics and demographics regarding COVID-19 in our area and surrounding regions, visit this website

Hamilton County, Tennessee Student Meals

Many students in our region rely on school meals for their daily nutrition. Hamilton County Schools has stepped up to the task of feeding our area kids by continuing to provide daily meals. You can find information about daily food pick-ups here. If you need other food-related help (or would like to give help), visit the Chattanooga Area Food Bank’s website here

Hamilton County, Tennessee Continued Learning

Hamilton County Schools has also developed comprehensive resources for continued online learning while school is not physically in session. Find those resources here

Hamilton County, Tennessee Family Resources

For other family support resources like tornado relief, technology resources, and more, visit this website. You may also visit the United Way website if you need help or information regarding food, shelter, or other aid. 

If You Have COVID-19 Symptoms

If you believe that you are experiencing symptoms of or have been exposed to COVID-19, please contact your primary care doctor or an urgent care clinic. Please do not show up unannounced at an emergency room or health care facility.


If you have questions or concerns about COVID-19 or other respiratory health-related issues, give us a call—we are here for you! Our phone number is 423-710-3864. You may also request an appointment online