Sites to include Tres Pinos, Aromas and San Juan Bautista.
These facilities are locations where people can get tested for COVID-19, speak to a health care provider about treatment options and leave with those treatments in-hand if they're eligible.
Both tests are free of charge.
Public health said the current OptumServe testing site has the capacity to perform 990 scheduled tests per week.
Temporary site at Rancho San Justo Middle School expected to provide up to 210 vaccines per day, with potential to expand to more days based on allocation.
A drop in the positivity rate brings progress on the state’s ‘blueprint’ ranking.
OptumServe site in Salinas helps out with extra kits.
Anyone who meets the criteria can be tested at Vets Memorial Building, including uninsured, underinsured, undocumented and homeless individuals.
High number of ‘pending’ results are due to problems loading data into the state reporting system.
Health department conducted 118 tests on May 10, with a daily capacity for 132.
Testing will be available to all residents with a focus on—but not limited to—underserved populations, healthcare employees, essential workers, those over 60 years of age and those with chronic illnesses.