Long Beach Mayor Announces All Frontline Workers May Be Tested for COVID-19

30 Apr

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia by email announced Thursday, April 30, frontline workers regarding of symptoms may be tested for COVID-19.

The mayor said, “If you are working at a grocery store, are a healthcare worker, public safety officer, refuse worker, or one of the many people still showing up to work at our restaurants to help keep us fed, we want you to have access to a test.”

Asymptomatic workers, starting Friday, April 30, may be tested at Jordan Plus High School, 171 W. Bort St.; and at Long Beach City College, Pacific Coast Campus, 1305 E. Pacific Coast Highway, according to the email.

Anyone with symptoms, according to the email, may be tested at Jordan High School, 6500 Atlantic Ave.; Cabrillo High School, 2001 Santa Fe Ave.; St. Mary’s Medical Center, 1050 Linden Ave.; starting Friday, May 1, Long Beach City College, Veterans Memorial Stadium, 5000 E. Lew Davis Street; starting Monday, May 4, Jordan Plus High School, 171 W. Bort St.; Long Beach City College, Pacific Coast Campus, 1305 E. Pacific Coast Highway.

The email pointed out that appointments are required and priority goes to those with symptoms and essential workers and that people should visit www.longbeach.gov/covid19 and click on the testing page to get all the information.

One Response to “Long Beach Mayor Announces All Frontline Workers May Be Tested for COVID-19”

  1. pjoserosenwald Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 9:28 pm #

    THANK YOU! Barry. I’m being discharged from the snf on May 2. Sincerely,

    Peter 

    P.O. Box 3978Seal Beach, CA 90740(562) 438 – 5394      sunkistpete@yahoo.com       CELL: (562) 537 – 1743

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