DENVER, CO — Denver’s Pepsi Center testing site closed Wednesday and will be replaced with a series of community testing sites, public health officials said.
The Pepsi Center was established as a temporary testing solution while officials were setting up other sites, the city said.
The new sites will offer free, “low-barrier testing to historically underserved communities,” public health officials said. Flyers were distributed throughout the communities Wednesday.
List of new testing sites:
The list will continue to be updated, officials said. The latest site list can be found here.
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Depending on each site’s logistics, people will be able to drive up and/or walk up for testing, health officials said.
Mobile testing available for those who are homebound — appointments can be made by calling 311.
Denver issued a public health order Thursday that aims to stop the spread of the coronavirus in colleges and universities. The city has seen a surge in cases, which has been linked to student gatherings, officials said.
This article originally appeared on the Denver Patch