Modesto, CA – Today, Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) announced the launch of a new COVID-19 mobile testing van for Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties – scheduled to start Monday, January 4th. Curative, one of the largest providers of oral COVID-19 testing in the country, will be launching a mobile testing unit on Monday January 4th and will serve locations across Rep. Harder’s district in both Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties. Curative offers a self-administered oral test, which uses saliva instead of a nasal swab. The test is free to all individuals, including those without insurance, and can be administered to children.
“We heard from communities across the Valley that we’re low on testing capacity – so we went and found some more,” said Rep. Harder. “The first step in combating the virus is understanding where it is – this will give us a better chance to do that while also giving people more opportunities to get tested.”
Interested residents can visit www.curative.com/CA10 to make an appointment. Appointments will be available starting four days before date of test. Walk-up availability is limited. More information on the test itself is available at www.curative.com. More information on local testing, including a bilingual flyer, is available here.
The testing van will be available on a weekly basis at the following locations, 10am – 4pm, starting Monday, January 4th:
Mondays: Patterson – Hammon Senior Center Parking Lot, 1033 W Las Palmas Ave, Patterson
Tuesdays: Riverbank – Riverbank Community Center Parking Lot, 3600 Santa Fe St, Riverbank
Wednesdays: Manteca – City Hall Parking Lot, 1001 West Center Street, Manteca
Thursdays: Oakdale – Family Resource Center Parking Lot, 631 W F St, Oakdale
Fridays: Ceres – Central Valley Opportunity Center; Ceres Parking Lot, 3860 Brickit Ct., Suite A, Ceres
Saturdays: Modesto – King Kennedy Center Parking Lot, 601 Martin Luther King Dr, Modesto
Sundays: Tracy – Ritter Family Ball Park, 2300 N. Tracy Blvd, Tracy
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