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Saturday COVID-19 testing available tomorrow in Apple Valley, Bloomington and Chino

Free and painless COVID-19 testing with quick results for all will be available tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 12, in Apple Valley, Bloomington and Chino from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Please go to https://lhi.care/covidtesting to make an appointment. No symptoms or suspected exposure is necessary.

Testing identifies asymptomatic carriers. That is key to protecting your loved ones, especially seniors and others with underlying health conditions. Are you carrying the virus and don’t know it? Are you at-risk of infecting others? Testing is the way to find out.

Testing will also help open our economy back up. San Bernardino County is close to being able to reopen dine-in restaurants, schools, places of worship, gyms, nail salons, movie theaters, and more. Testing will help get us there by lowering our positivity rate and rate of new cases.

Testing is available tomorrow at:

Apple Valley – James A. Woody Community Center
13467 Navajo Rd., Apple Valley

Bloomington – Ayala Park
18313 Valley Blvd., Bloomington

Chino – Neighborhood Activity Center
5201 D St., Chino

Go to https://lhi.care/covidtesting for appointments tomorrow at these locations.

Go to https://sbcovid19.com/testing-sites/ for appointments at 19 County-operated locations, 3 State-operated sites, and many other privately operated locations.

Fight COVID. Get Tested.

One Response to Saturday COVID-19 testing available tomorrow in Apple Valley, Bloomington and Chino

  • This is Absolutely Ridiculous ! Just because a tiny percent of the population is getting sick, you people think you can dictate the livelihood of the masses. I urge you to look at the Suicide Rate and tell us that you doing something to slow the death rate of that! These shut downs are only increasing the suicide rate and causing greater evils like, Alcoholism, Child Abuse, Social disarray and our children are Not learning much of anything with this poorly arranged distant learning. Fed-Up! Enough already.

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