Gainesville expands mobile COVID-19 testing

COVID-19 testing
COVID-19 testing

The City of Gainesville, using tests provided by the Department of Health, is expanding access to COVID-19 testing in Gainesville communities.
Starting May 21, the city will begin its mobile testing route, offering free COVID-19 tests each day on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last.
No doctor’s orders are required. Testing is available to minors 10 and up with an accompanying parent and to adults with a valid government ID. Testing will be offered Monday-Friday from 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m., excluding holidays, at the specified locations below.
For more information, call Gainesville Fire Rescue at 352-334-5078.
June 1

1100 SE 4th Ave., west to Main St.

June 2

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2300 SW 35th Blvd., heading west

June 3

Gardenia Gardens and surrounding areas

June 4

800 NE 15th St., moving south

June 5

Glenn Springs, Bivens Cove and surrounding areas

June 8

Pineridge and surrounding areas

June 9

Brittney Estates and Whitney Mobile Home Park

June 10

Candlelight and Lamplighter Mobile Home Parks

June 11

3400 SW 20th Ave., heading to the 4300 block

June 12

Duval, Lincoln Estates and surrounding areas

COVID-19 Testing Results Phone Line

The Department of Health in Alachua County has set up a dedicated line for residents to call for COVID-19 test results. The phone number is 352-334-8828, and it is staffed Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.


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