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Here Are The COVID-19 Testing Sites That Are Still Open

A sign guides drivers to the entrance of a drive through COVID-19 test site in Crenshaw. (Chava Sanchez/LAist)
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Some L.A. city and county-run COVID-19 testing sites were closed Sunday, including at the MLK Medical Center. The county tweeted Sunday afternoon that the following sites are still open for testing: San Gabriel Valley Airport, South Bay Galleria, Pomona Fairplex, Long Beach City College, and East Los Angeles College.

LA County Department of Health Services has encouraged each site to determine if it is in the best interest of both patient and staff safety to stay open given the current State of Emergency Order in LA County.

— Los Angeles County (@CountyofLA) May 31, 2020

Dodger Stadium, the largest testing site in the county, will be open tomorrow, along with the walk-up location in South L.A., said L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti.


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