New COVID-19 testing sites open at New York City subway stations

The MTA is offering COVID-19 testing at subway stations to make testing more accessible for commuters starting Thursday.

News 12 Staff

Dec 30, 2021, 11:34 AM

Updated 835 days ago

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The MTA is offering COVID-19 testing at subway stations to make testing more accessible for commuters starting Thursday.
MTA officials say they're hoping to increase the number of testing sites in an effort to fight the recent surge in COVID cases. The city saw more than 20,000 positive cases Wednesday.
Travelers can get tested at Broadway Junction as well as the Bronx location at the East 180th Street station.
Both the Bronx and Brooklyn locations are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Testing is free. Some of the other locations include Penn Station, Times Square, Grand Central Terminal and two locations in Queens.
Some of the listed stations operate daily but will be closed on New Year's Day.


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