COVID-19 Test Site at CenturyLink Stadium

COVID-19 Test Site at CenturyLink Stadium
COVID-19 Test Site at CenturyLink Stadium
The COVID-19 test site has been open for almost a week now. This testing is for ages 18 and up only and is free to the public. Those under 18 should consult their healthcare provider for testing. 

Going into the weekend with the weather forecast, remember that this testing site is an outdoor facility and may be subject to delays for inclement weather condition. As a reminder, this test site is for COVID-19 virus; it is not a testing site for antibodies. This site is for those who want to know if they currently have COVID-19.  

Here is what you need to know before coming to the testing site: 

COVID-19 Test Site at CenturyLink Stadium
  • Testing for ages 18 and up only. For children under 18, contact your healthcare provider.
  • It is a two-hour wait from the gate, although wait times are significantly less by mid-morning. Consider bringing an audiobook to pass the time.
  • You must bring a valid photo ID for everyone being tested.
  • Bring a face-covering / mask; you must cover your mouth for the nasal swab.
  • Stay in your vehicles at all times.
  • Keep your windows closed until given direction to open for the nasal swab.
  • Your vehicle must have working windows that can be lowered for testing; doors must stay closed at all times.
  • Make sure your vehicle has enough fuel to last the entire time and plan accordingly.
  • Bring your own water, snacks, and any medication that you will need, especially if you have any medical condition that requires you to eat.
  • Testing site opens at 9 a.m. sharp; please do not line up cars outside the gate.
  • Be patient, be kind: The people who choose to be tested are people who believe they might have COVID-19, so keeping the workers safe is important. 
COVID-19 Test Site at CenturyLink Stadium

The testing site will remain open, seven days a week from 9 a.m. until gates close at 3 p.m., until further notice. The goal is to fill the needs of the community. 

For additional Lee County updates, visit www.leegov.com/covid-19.  For the latest in limited services and closures at the Lee County Clerk of Court’s office due to COVID-19 visit our website www.LeeClerk.org.

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