It'll take the place of the existing site in
Drive-thru and walk-up testing will be available.
"Amidst these turbulent times we live in, the partnership between
Reditus was the first lab in the area to begin processing tests for the disease caused by the new coronavirus.
"The testing site has been an asset to the community as we respond to the coronavirus. In our conversations this week we have been discussing how to make this site mobile and we are looking forward to further planning to make testing available for our most vulnerable communities," said McLean County Health Department Administrator
All individuals with symptoms are encouraged to seek testing, though significant wait times are expected. The existing test site has become busier in recent days ahead of its pending move to
The no-cost service will require individuals to show photo ID, provide information on their health insurance and, if applicable, to show a first-responder or health-care employee badge or ID.
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