CLEVELAND — Cuyahoga Community College will offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing on Monday, March 15 at its metropolitan campus located at 2900 Community College Avenue.
Free testing begins at 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Testing is done on a first-come, first-served basis.
Testing is available to area residents as well as Tri-C students, faculty and staff. The program offers testing to individuals regardless of their symptom status, insurance status or ability to pay.
A government-issued ID with a name and address is required for testing. Those with health coverage are asked to bring their insurance card.
Testing will take place in the Lot 4 underground garage off Community College Avenue. Tests will be available in about a week.
Individuals looking to get tested can also schedule appointments at Care Alliance Central Clinic, located at 2916 Central Avenue in Cleveland.
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