The Bucks County Emergency Management Agency and county Department of Health will distribute free COVID-19 rapid tests to Bucks residents at drive-through distribution sites starting next week.
The first of three distribution sites will open Wednesday, Jan. 19, in the parking lot of Sesame Place, 100 Sesame Road, Middletown Township (enter from North Bucks Town Dr.). This site will also operate Jan. 26 and Feb. 2.
A second will be open Thursday, Jan. 20, at Warminster Park, 1100 Veterans Way, Warminster Township (enter from Veterans Way). This site will also open Jan. 27 and Feb. 3.
The third site will open Jan. 24 and Jan. 31 at Calvary Church, 820 Souderton Road, Hilltown Township (enter from Route 113).
The distribution sites will operate from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on the dates indicated above, or until the supply of tests is exhausted. Tests will only be distributed at one site each day.
Each vehicle in attendance will be provided a maximum of four tests.
PHOTO: The county is set next week to begin distributing Flowflex COVID-19 antigen home tests, pictured here, to Bucks County residents at drive-through distribution sites throughout the county.
These sites are only for distribution of COVID-19 antigen tests. Staff at these sites will not be administering any COVID-19 tests.
Vaccines will not be available at these sites. To find a vaccine clinic near you visit buckscounty.gov/vaccines.
Bucks EMA is anticipating a high volume of traffic at the distribution sites. Anyone coming to a drive-through site should be prepared to wait in line for some time before receiving tests.
In the event of inclement weather, distribution sites may be closed or delayed. Check buckscounty.gov for cancellation notices.
For guidance from the Bucks County Health Department about when to test for COVID-19, how to use the tests the county is distributing and what to do if you test positive, click here.
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