UNION, NJ — Starting Monday, the Union County COVID-19 drive-through test center at Kean University is available to all county residents, whether they are experiencing coronavirus symptoms or not, the county announced.

The test center, which offers free testing, is also available to all first responders and frontline health workers who are asymptomatic and that work in Union County, regardless of their residence, officials said Sunday.

The testing site will remain committed to testing all first responders and frontline health workers who have symptoms and a prescription from a doctor as long as they live or work in New Jersey, officials said in a news release.

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Asymptomatic Union County residents, first responders and frontline health workers who work in Union County who wish to be tested may make an appointment by logging onto www.ucnj.org and clicking on the COVID-19 scheduling link, officials said.

The hotline will still be available to residents without internet, first responders and front-line health workers who are experiencing symptoms of the virus. Call 908-214-7107 or 908-373-5105 to be triaged and scheduled for a test.

For general information about COVID-19 and phone contacts for 24/7, assistance with questions, visit the state Health Department website.

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