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Chicago expands COVID-19 testing with 4 mobile sites

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CHICAGO — The City of Chicago is expanding it COVID-19 testing.

The pilot program will launch four mobile testing sites Tuesday — two community-based sites and two first responder focused sites — that will help expand the city’s testing capabilities and meet residents where testing is needed most. 

One mobile site will open at the Austin Health Center, 4800 W. Chicago Avenue. Another site is set to open later this week at Kennedy-King College, 6500 S. Halsted Street.

The first responder testing sites will begin operating on the North and Southwest sites tomorrow and will travel to areas where they are most needed.

Mobile Testing Sites:

DateLocationHours
Tuesday, 6/23Austin Health Center: 4800 W. Chicago Avenue10AM – 4PM
 Bouchet Elementary: 7355 S. Jeffrey9:30AM – 3:30PM
   
Wednesday, 6/24Austin Health Center: 4800 W. Chicago Avenue10AM – 4PM
 Bouchet Elementary: 7355 S. Jeffrey9:30AM – 3:30PM
   
Thursday, 6/25Kennedy King College: 6500 S Halsted St.Noon – 5PM
   
Friday, 6/26Montessori School of Englewood: 6936 S Hermitage10:30AM – 3PM

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