Local COVID-19 Testing Site Changes

You still must register to test at Curative.com or by calling 1-888-702-9042. Choose the site in Farmington and answer a few questions to make an appointment to get tested.

From the San Juan County Office of Emergency Management

Friday, January 22, 2021

The New Mexico Department of Health will no longer be hosting weekly testing sites as they are focusing their efforts on vaccination clinics.

Free COVID-19 testing will take place daily at McPark.

For the upcoming week, the hours are:

Saturday- 8am to 3pm. (560 slots available)

Sunday- 8:30am to 12 noon (280 slots)

Monday and Tuesday- 8am to3PM (560 slots each)

You still must register to test at Curative.com or by calling 1-888-702-9042. Choose the site in Farmington and answer a few questions to make an appointment to get tested.

Testing is quick and saliva-based (no stick up your nose).

The site is in the parking lot at McGee Park, enter from US 64 and follow the signs south from the Sunray sign.

 

 

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