Rhode Island To Close Some COVID-19 Test Sites

PROVIDENCE, RI — As Rhode Island continues its transition to the subsequent phase of COVID-19 reaction, many point out-run take a look at internet sites will near by the stop of March, the Department of Wellness. reported.

Earlier this month, state-run web sites shifted to only take a look at people with COVID-19 indications or who ended up determined as a close contact of a beneficial circumstance. Testing is even now out there for asymptomatic Rhode Islanders as a result of most pharmacies, clinics and principal care suppliers, which are a very good choice for individuals who will need to get tested in advance of journey. At-dwelling, self-administered test kits are also obtainable on-line, at pharmacies and by local community companies.

The subsequent internet sites will near by the finish of the month. A comprehensive list of remaining sites is accessible from the Department of Health.

Closing March 28

  • 655 Metacom Ave., Bristol

  • 100 Sockanosset Cross Road, Cranston

  • 22 Brown and Howard Wharf, Newport

  • 675 Beverage Hill Ave., Pawtucket

Closing March 29

Closing March 30

  • 1 Ann and Hope Way, Cumberland

  • 47 Farnum Pike, Smithfield

  • 60 Airport Rd., Westerly

Closing March 31

  • Barrington Procuring Centre, 184 County Rd.

  • 10 Beach Ave., New Shoreham

  • 1 Sabin St., Providence. Generate as a result of screening will finish March 31 and stroll-by means of testing will go inside the Dunkin’ Donuts Heart April 1

  • 1157 South Road, South Kingstown

  • 545 Greenwich Ave., Warwick

  • 450 Clinton St., Woonsocket

On April 1, the take a look at web-site at 1400 W. Main Street in Middletown will transfer to the town’s Knights of Columbus corridor.

This report initially appeared on the Cranston Patch