Scenic Bluffs to offer Covid-19 testing on Wednesday

 

Scenic Bluffs will hold a community Covid-19 testing event at its Cashton clinic from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28.

Testing is drive-through only and is available to those with or without Covid-19 symptoms who are 4 and older.

Preregistration is recommended. Online registration for this event was activated Sunday, Oct. 25, at www.scenicbluffs.org/testingevent. The deadline to register is Tuesday, Oct. 27. Though same-day registration will be available, a test cannot be guaranteed.

If you have health insurance, upload it with your online registration form. You can do this by taking a picture of the front and back side of your insurance card and attaching where prompted. If you are unable to upload you card, bring your insurance card to this event. Though your insurance will be billed, no uncovered charges will be sent to you. 

For more information, call (608) 654-5100, ext. 460.

 

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