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LAUSD Is Handing Out Rapid Tests For Baseline COVID Testing. Here’s Where To Go

Sign in parking lot reads: "Grab & Go COVID TEST KITS" with an handmade sign to the right with an arrow pointing to dirve-up.
A sign points parents and guardians to the pick-up area for tests at Daniel Webster Middle School in Mar Vista.
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Los Angeles Unified School District students can pick up COVID-19 rapid tests at the district's grab-and-go sites starting today (Friday, Jan. 7).

Each student gets two tests and can get them until noon Friday and from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday. Students must present a negative COVID-19 test before they're allowed back on campus for classes on Tuesday, due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.

The district requires all students and staff to have the negative COVID-19 test for a baseline in addition to weekly testing, regardless of vaccination status. Baseline testing needs to be completed by Monday.

There are 63 pickup locations across L.A. County. Here are 5 spots to head to in each sub district (and see more using the map below):

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To see other schools in your area, use this LAUSD map:

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