LOCAL AREA FREE COVID TESTING SITES ANNOUNCED FOR THIS WEEK
On Oct. 5, the Purchase District Health Department (PDHD) began expanded free COVID testing in community locations.
The Purchase District Health Department (PDHD) is one of four sites chosen across the state to pilot this program, conducting free pop up testing sites at Purchase District Health Department clinics and at community events and locations.
Free testing site locations will change and will be available at registration sites with those planning to participate requested to visit any of the following registration sites on the designated dates and times:
Location: Hickman County Health Center, Mon. – Tues., Oct. 12-13, 370 S. Washington St., 9:30 a.m.– 2 p.m., in Clinton, telephone, 270-709-1283
Location: Fulton County Health Center/Fulton, Wed., Oct. 14, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., 350 Browder St., Fulton, telephone, 270-709-1283
Location: Fulton County Health Clinic/Hickman, Thurs., Oct 15, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., 402 Troy Ave., Hickman, telephone 270-709-1283
Location: Carlisle County Health Clinic, Wed. - Thurs., Oct. 21-22, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., 62 John Roberts Drive, Bardwell, telephone 270-709-1283
To register, visit: https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=20567429
• The testing is 100 percent free of charge. We will not ask for proof of insurance
●The testing is 100 percent free of charge, with no proof of insurance required
●No symptoms or doctor's orders required
●Results will be available within a few days, through contact via text message or phone call.
●Prior registration preferred, but walk-ins accepted.
● Testing for ages 12 and older, however if the test cannot be tolerated by those under the age of 18, the service may not be able to be provided and participant may be asked to follow-up with local primary care physician.
The Purchase District Health Department is now seeking events for collaborating with pop up testing, over the next four months. Those interested in having pop up testing at an event may contact email@example.com.
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