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Walk-up van COVID-19 testing at Fountain Valley Sports Park on Tuesday, December 8

The City of Fountain Valley, in partnership with OC Health Care Agency and operator 360 Clinic, will provide COVID-19 testing at the Fountain Valley Sports Park, 16400 Brookhurst Street, on Tuesday, December 8, 2020 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Enter by the tennis courts and follow the directional signage to testing location.

360 Clinic expects to provide 300 tests. Pre-registrations are encouraged and can be made online at 360clinic.md. For those with insurance, insurers will be billed with no out-of-pocket cost for those being tested. For those without insurance, federal funding will cover the cost of testing. Testing is available for:

  • People with symptoms
  • Healthcare workers and first responders
  • Residents and employees of skilled nursing and other group living facilities
  • Essential workers: grocery, restaurant, food supply, utility, school and public employees
  • Those who have had close contact (15 minutes or more within 6 feet) to someone known or suspected to have COVID-19

Those being tested will not be out in the open, and 360 Clinic staff will be wearing protective medical gear. Test results are completed in two to three days. The testing site is part of the County’s ongoing efforts to address the coronavirus crisis. Mayor Michael Vo and First District Supervisor Andrew Do collaborated and facilitated the testing site at Fountain Valley Sports Park with 360 Clinic.

To make and appointment, please visit 360clinic.md. For questions, call 800-446-8888.

360 Clinic also partnered with the cities of Anaheim, Costa Mesa, and the OC Health Care Agency with two supersites at Anaheim Convention Center and the OC Fair and Event Center.

This article was released by the City of Fountain Valley.