Two locations in Alexandria are offering limited free community coronavirus testing on Monday. New vehicles were stopped admitting to drive-thru testing at Landmark Mall along Van Dorn Street at 1 p.m., five hours before it was set to close down. It is one of two locations that planned to have free testing with no appointment or doctor’s referral required.
According to wtop.com, “Tests will still be administered to those people who received a timed ticket. Walk-up testing is still available at Landmark Mall until 6 p.m. with little to no wait. Walk-up testing is still being conducted at The Cora Kelly School for Math, Science, and Technology, located at 3600 Commonwealth Ave.”
As per wtop.com, “Testing will be provided to anyone over 2 years old, and Spanish, Arabic, and Amharic translators will be available on site. Officials encourage people to bring sunscreen and wear masks or face coverings. For more information, the Virginia Department of Health released an interactive map with COVID-19 testing sites throughout the state.”