Douglas County has several upcoming opportunities for residents to receive a COVID-19 diagnostic test.
All testing events will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., according to a news release. Antibody testing will not be offered at these events. No vehicle is required to receive a test, but you can drive through or bike through if you want.
Officials ask that people interested in receiving a test do not arrive before 8 a.m. to save space for vehicles. Wait times will vary throughout the day, depending on demand.
Here are the upcoming testing dates and locations:
• Aug. 4 - Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, 2350 Meadows Blvd.
• Aug. 13 - CU Denver South (Lone Tree), 10035 S. Peoria Street.
• Aug. 25 - PACE Center (Parker), 20000 Pikes Peak Ave.
Any person living or working in Douglas County can get tested, especially those who work in high-risk occupations, such as health care workers or first responders, live in long-term care facilities or other institutionalized settings or were in close contact with someone known to have COVID-19.
You also are eligible to receive testing if you are a symptomatic individual, or are an individuals at high risk and/or considered high priority (child care workers, supermarket employees, caregivers, educators, recent travelers, etc.).
Forms will be available to complete upon arrival. You must bring your own pen and clipboard. You must bring a valid form of identification.
The personal information you provide will be confidential and is only used to ensure proper follow-up after your test result. Test results are shared with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and Denver Department of Public Health and Environment.
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