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Visit Healthcare Extends Hours at Anchorage Testing Sites and Opens Locations in Eagle River

Aug 27, 2020 | COVID-19, Healthcare, News

Beginning Friday, August 28, Visit Healthcare, in partnership with the Municipality of Anchorage, will expand its hours at all COVID-19 testing site locations to 8 a.m. through 7 p.m. in order to best meet the needs of the community. In addition, both the Changepoint Church (6689 Changepoint Drive) and the Z.J. Loussac Library (3600 Denali Street) testing locations will now be open four days a week to include Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. 
 
Two new testing sites will also open on Friday, August 28. The parking lot at the Geological Materials Center (3651 Penland Parkway) as well as the parking lot across from the Eagle River People Mover Transit Center (11801 Business Park Boulevard) will host drive-through COVID-19 testing through October 20. 
 
Visit Healthcare continues to host its COVID-19 testing specifically for grocery store and restaurant/bar workers and has expanded these hours as well to 8 a.m. through 7 p.m. beginning this Friday. All grocery store workers are invited to test Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Muldoon Community Assembly site (7041 Debarr Road) and all restaurant/bar workers are invited to test every Wednesday at the Fairview Community Recreation Center (1121 East 10th Avenue). 
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Testing at the Church of Christ location (2700 Debarr Road) and the Fairview Recreation Center (minus Wednesdays) have been suspended at this time. 
 
In order to save time, Visit Healthcare recommends signing up online prior to testing. This can be done by going to www.Visit-Healthcare.com and clicking on “Schedule Your Visit.” Results can also be found on our website by clicking on “View Results.”
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