FRAMINGHAM – Starting today, July 10, Massachusetts will be providing free and accessible COVID-19 testing for all residents in the Commonwealth to help track and reduce the spread of the virus as our communities continue to reopen, announced Congresswoman Katherine Clark.
“These free new testing sites are available by appointment or by walk-in, and you can get yourself tested even if you are asymptomatic. If you or a loved one tests positive for COVID-19, please answer the call when contacted by the State’s Community Tracing Collaborative or your local board of health. If you need a safe space to isolate, you can call (617) 367-5150 to access an isolation and recovery site at no cost,” said the Congresswoman.
“Readily available testing is one of our greatest weapons against this virus and will help us quickly contain any future outbreaks so we can keep Massachusetts open. Our communities have already made incredible progress in limiting the spread of COVID-19, and this new initiative will help us keep Massachusetts trending in the right direction,” announced Rep. Clark.
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