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May Dugan Center among 3 locations offering free COVID-19 testing, personal hygiene supplies during drive-thru event

May Dugan Center
Posted at 12:02 PM, Jun 25, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-26 18:21:26-04

CLEVELAND — Three locations on both the east and west sides of Cleveland will host drive-through giveaways of personal care and hygiene items and will provide free COVID-19 testing on Saturday.

Between the hours of 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on June 27, the following locations will host drive-thru giveaways and provide free COVID-19 testing. Supplies and testing will be available, rain or shine.

  • May Dugan Center, 4115 Bridge Avenue, Cleveland— Up to 1,000 people will receive products. Testing will also be available. If testing is a priority for you, May Dugan Center is the recommended location.
  • East Ed Neighborhood House, 2749 Woodhill Road, Cleveland— Up to 500 people will receive products between the hours of 12-4 p.m. COVID-19 testing provided by MetroHealth at this location. Preregistration is required. For more information or to preregister, call 216-957-8707.
  • Eastside Market Parking Lot, 10505 St. Clair Avenue, Cleveland- Up to 1,000 people will receive products. COVID-19 will be provided by NEOON Health Services at this location. Preregistration is required. For more information or to preregister, call 216-331-6099.

Kits will contain personal care and hygiene products ranging from brands including Pampers, Tampax, Tide, Secret, Old Spice and Pantene.

In observance of social distancing guidelines, vehicles will pull up to the distribution station, pop their trunk and receive their donation of supplies. Recipients must remain in their vehicles while picking up supplies. Bags will be placed directly into the trunk of the vehicle in order to maintain social distancing. Because supplies are limited, there will be a limit of one kit per household or a maximum of two kits per vehicle.

Several organizations such as Matthew 25: Ministries, Tina Knowles Lawson’s #IDIDMYPART, Procter and Gamble, Quest Diganostics, eXclusive Services and other local organizations helped organized the event.