LISBON, Ohio (WYTV) – A pop-up COVID-19 test site is coming to Lisbon next week.
Governor Mike DeWine chose The Community Action Agency of Columbiana County’s Lisbon Health Center as the site.
Testing will be held Monday, June 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. near the Lisbon Health Center. Marked traffic patterns will bring patients to the facility while avoiding the direct entrance off of Lincole Place.
“We want to do our part in containing the spread of COVID-19, and we are excited to provide a testing site for those in the community that want tested,” said Jenna Wonner, COO of CAACC’s Health, Behavioral Health and Dental Centers.
The tests are nasal swabs with results within 36 to 48 hours.
The National Guard will be on site to help with the one-day, drive-thru testing.
Those wanting to be tested must have photo identification and their insurance card.
Those wishing to be tested must enter the site near CAACC’s Lisbon site and follow the COVID-19 signs and arrows to follow the drive-through route.
Vehicles will enter the drive-through at the county fairgrounds lane off Saltwell Road, beside the county municipal court building.
Drivers will follow that lane single file and travel up past CAACC’s community services and county port authority building and onto Lincole Place where medical providers and medics will assist each person with testing.
Individuals wanting to be tested can make an appointment by calling 330-424-5686.