Three New COVID-19 Testing Centers Will Open In Santa Clara County

By Deyanira on June 22, 2020
RYBNIK, POLAND – MAY 08: A health worker wears a protective suit, gloves, mask and a face shield as she takes a saliva sample from a miner relative to test for COVID-19 at Rybnik Regional Hospital 3 on May 8, 2020 in Rybnik, Poland. Polish state-owned coal group PGG is to test 4,000 workers for coronavirus after hundreds of its miners were infected and 1,500 are already in quarantine, forcing three mines to close. Poland has reported over 15,000 COVID-19 cases and over seven hundred deaths. (Photo by Omar Marques/Getty Images)

Beginning Tuesday, June 23rd, Santa Clara County will be offering COVID-19 testing at three new locations. The tests will be available to everyone, there is no need for a doctors note nor proof of immigration status.

You may receive testing at the SAP center from 1pm to 7pm, Tuesday through Friday. This site will also be open on Saturday from 8am to 3pm.

Another location is Andrew Hill High which is located on 3200 Senter Road. Testing will be available Tuesday through Friday from 10am to 4pm. These same hours apply to the testing center at Santa Clara Northside Branch Library.

For more information, go here!