Testing covers everyone above the age of two, though anyone under 18 requires a parent or guardian present. Bringing ID and insurance cards is encouraged, but not required.
Testing events are scheduled for:
- Tuesday (Nov. 17) — 4-7 p.m. at Flora Krouse Casey Health Center (1200 N. Howard Street)
- Thursday (Nov. 19) — 2:30-5:30 p.m. at Burke Branch Library (4701 Seminary Road)
- Saturday (Nov. 21) — 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at William Ramsay Recreation Center (5650 Sanger Avenue)
- Monday (Nov. 23) — 1:30-4:30 p.m. at Armistead Boothe Park (520 Cameron Station Blvd.)
“All community testing events are walk-up only (no appointment necessary),” the city said on its website. “Please expect to wait 30 minute to one hour from your time of arrival. In order to expedite the check-in process, you may pre-register by calling 703.647.6160, but please note that a pre-registration does not allow you to skip the line.”
The City’s partnership with @NeighborhoodHth continues with 4 free COVID-19 testing pop-up events in the next week.
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