Avleen K Mokha
Montreal has opened a few mobile testing clinics, with guidance from the Montreal’s Regional Public Health department, to screen residents for the coronavirus illness known as COVID-19. Social services for Montreal’s West Central region converted a bus into a site for testing COVID-19. Officials announced today that the clinic will open next week from Monday to Wednesday. Anyone can get tested for free.
People are especially encourage to come if they have flu-like symptoms or have been in touch with a person with COVID-19.
Testing clinic details
Days: Monday, May 25; Tuesday, May 26; Wednesday, May 27
Hours of operation: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: In front of the Parc metro station, on Hutchison Street.
Cost: testing is free, regardless of immigration status or health insurance coverage. Residents can come even if they don’t have health insurance or if their insurance has expired.
Appointment: Residents don’t need an appointment to come in.
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