Self-serve COVID-19 testing site opens in St. George
ST. GEORGE, Utah — The Utah Department of Health announced a new, self-serve COVID-19 testing site has opened in Washington County.
UDOH officials said the site offers self-serve saliva and nasal PCR tests with 24-hour turnaround times.
The site is at Atwood Innovation Plaza, located 453 South and 600 East on the campus of Dixie State University.
Click here to register for a free test.
Testing sites across the state have seen huge demand during the current COVID-19 surge, and the only testing site in St. George had to turn people away on Monday.
On Wednesday, Utah’s new COVID-19 case count surpassed 10,000 for the first time and hospitalizations hit a pandemic high of 608.
The previous record of 606 hospitalized Utahns was set on Dec. 4, 2020.
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