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Hamilton County Public Health Announces COVID-19 Testing Sites – Testing is available at no-cost

June 26, 2020

Hamilton County, OH – Hamilton County Public Health (HCPH) in partnership with the Cincinnati Health Department is setting up walk-up and drive-through testing sites in areas of concern throughout the County.  Testing will be performed by the Ohio National Guard and will be available at no cost (for those without health insurance). Testing will be available from 1-7 p.m. on the following days at these locations:

Forest Park Area:

  • Monday, June 29th
    Parking lot across from O’Reilly Auto Parts, 2280 Waycross Road, Cincinnati, OH 45240
  • Tuesday, June 30th
    Word of Deliverance Ministries for the World, 693 Fresno Road, Cincinnati, OH 45240
  • Wednesday, July 1st
    Forest Chapel United Methodist Church, 680 West Sharon Road, Cincinnati, OH 45240
  • Thursday, July 2nd
    Walmart, 1143 Smiley Road, Cincinnati, OH 45240

North College Hill Area:

  • Monday, July 6th
    Lifespring Church, 1373 Galbraith Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231

Delhi Twp Area:

  • Tuesday, July 7th
    Former Remke property, 5025 Delhi Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45238.

Colerain Area:

  • Wednesday, July 8th
    Colerain Public Works, 4160 Springdale Road, Cincinnati, OH 45251.

“Testing is one of the main components of our work toward ending the COVID-19 pandemic,” according to interim Hamilton County Health Commissioner Greg Kesterman.  “Testing and then isolating positive cases while performing extensive contact tracing is the roadmap to ending this pandemic.  Information on these and other testing locations throughout the County are available on our website: hcph.org.”

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Hamilton County Public Health works to assure the 480,000 citizens living outside the cities of Cincinnati, Norwood and Springdale are safe from disease, injury and contamination.

Posted by: Christy Cauley

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