Two locations to open next week in Lancaster County

Two locations to open next week in Lancaster County

Two new COVID-19 testing sites will open next week in Lancaster County, and the Pennsylvania Department of Health is collaborating with AMI to operate a test site in a parking lot outside the former Sears Auto Center at Park City Center in Lancaster. They are available from 9 AM to 6 PM Tuesday through Saturday on a first come, first served basis. It is not necessary to make an appointment, patients do not have to show symptoms of the Coronavirus and are encouraged to bring a photo ID or insurance card, and officials said that up to 450 people can be tested daily. Results will be available in two to seven days, the county will also open a test site, and a test drive will be available at the Lancaster County Public Safety Training Center. The site will be operated by Ben Medicine Lancaster Public Health and will remain open during the winter season. Appointment required, results will be returned in about a day, county commissioners used about $ 20 million in coronavirus relief bill for the county testing program.

Two new Covid-19 Test sites will open next week in Lancaster County.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health Collaborate with Which To operate a test site in the parking lot outside the former Sears Automobile Center in Park City Center in Lancaster.

The free test will be available from 9am to 6pm Tuesday through Saturday on a first-come, first-served basis. No appointment is necessary.

Patients do not have to show symptoms of the coronavirus and are encouraged to bring a photo ID or insurance card.

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Officials said up to 450 people could be tested daily. Results will be available in two to seven days.

The county is also opening a test site.

The driving test will be available at Lancaster County Public Safety Training Center. The site will be operated by Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health and will remain open during the winter.

Patients should obtain a doctor’s order. An appointment is required.

Results will be returned in about a day.

County commissioners used about $ 20 million in coronavirus relief bill for the county testing program.

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