In an effort to make more COVID-19 tests available in areas deemed “high need,” the state has announced a testing clinic will be coming to Moravia this week.
Governor Kathy Hochul announced Friday a clinic will be held at the Moravia Fire Department Wednesday. Appointments will be taken starting Monday. Hochul said “”By mobilizing testing sites throughout the state, we will make sure testing is more accessible and convenient for New Yorkers. We will continue to expand testing availability to every corner of the state, evaluating where more capacity and additional sites are needed soon.”
The first tests to be offered will be the regular PCR variety, with results taking a few days. Eventually, the plan is to offer rapid antigen tests.
Sign up for an appointment at appointments.bioreference.com/nystatecovidtesting.
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