Delaware County Announces COVID-19 Public Testing Site in Sharon Hill

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Drive-thru and walk-up testing available for Delaware County residents on July 28, 29 and 30

Delaware County will be offering drive-thru and walk-up COVID-19 testing for residents on July 28, 29 and 30 in Sharon Hill.

Residents age 12 and older are eligible to be tested. Critical and essential workforce—including first responders, healthcare system employees, grocery workers—and those at higher risk, including residents over the age of 65 and those with pre-existing health conditions, will be given priority.

Testing will be conducted by trained medical staff utilizing a nasal swab (PCR) test kit. Testing is free of charge for residents without health insurance. There are no out-of-pocket fees or co-pays for residents with private or public health insurance. Please bring your insurance card to the testing site. Upon arrival, residents will need to complete a registration form and a consent form.

Test results will take up to 5-7 business days and will be sent by mail. Residents who test positive will also receive a call from the Chester County Health Department.

Residents are asked to wear a mask/face covering.


Testing Information:

Academy Park High School
300 Calcon Hook Rd, Sharon Hill, PA 19079

July 28: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
July 29: 12:00 PM – 5:30 PM
July 30: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Please be aware that testing may be canceled due to inclement weather.

Residents are asked to pre-register online at www.chesco.org/4562/delco-testing, or by phone at (610) 891-6129; walk-up testing will also be available.

Additional COVID-19 public testing sites in Delaware County will be added and announced in the coming weeks. More information on COVID-19 testing, symptoms, and resources can be found here: www.delcopa.gov/ich/resources/coronavirus.html






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