Maryland Department of Health to Offer Free COVID-19 Testing, June 2, 2021
May 28th, 2021
The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) will hold a free COVID-19 mobile testing clinic Wednesday, June 2, from 3-7 p.m., in the parking lot of Deep Run Elementary School, 6925 Old Waterloo Road, Elkridge. Please note the school will not be open to visitors for restrooms or any other use.
The free clinic is open to any member of the public in need of a COVID-19 test. It is recommended especially for those who are exhibiting COVID-like symptoms, have been identified as a close contact, live in close quarters, have an upcoming event, will be traveling, or have been asked or referred to get tested by a school, workplace, healthcare provider, or contact tracer. Registration is done on site. There is no enrollment necessary.
The MDH Mobile Testing Program utilizes a PCR test via nasal swab. Results are generally available 24-48 hours after testing. Details on the MDH Mobile Testing Program, as well as COVID-19 testing in Maryland are available online.
Please note, HCPSS will continue to offer a voluntary K-12 COVID-19 Testing Program that will provide free tests for students and school-based staff who develop COVID-like symptoms or are identified as close contacts while they are in a school building.