Free COVID-19 Testing Returns to Midtown Area for Two Days Only.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
The City of Daytona Beach and the Florida Department of Health are teaming up to bring a Free COVID-19 Testing site to return to the Midtown area in Daytona Beach for two days only.
The site will be located on the corner of Nova Rd and Orange Ave, in a vacant lot across from the Midtown Police Precinct on June 24 and 25. Hours of Operation will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
In May, the COVID-19 testing site at the Midtown Community Center was open for 10 days and administered 1,375 tests. Eight people tested positive at the site, which is a .5% positivity rate.
According to release, Wednesday, June 25 will offer drive-thru testing, and Thursday, June 25 will offer walk-up testing.
The free test will be a nasal swab and available for anyone over 18, regardless of symptoms. An appointment is not needed; however, residents are requested to pre-register to avoid waiting in line at the testing site.
Results will be provided as soon as possible, usually within seven days.
To pre-register, call (386) 274-0500 and press #. A prescription and city residency is not required to be tested. A photo ID is required.
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