CORAL SPRINGS, FL – The new coronavirus testing site in Coral Springs will open to the public on Saturday at Mullins Park.

Free, walk-up testing will be offered daily from 8 am – 4:30 pm through a partnership between the City of Coral Springs and Florida Department of Health, with support from the Florida National Guard.

Those seeking testing must pre-register by calling 954-412-7300. Testing will be at Mullins Hall inside Mullins Park at 10150 NW 29th St.

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Coral Springs had 245 coronavirus cases as of Wednesday. See our story on the latest numbers here.

“Facilitating testing for the public is critical to resuming normalcy during this global pandemic,” Coral Springs City Manager Frank Babinec said in a news release. “Since the declaration of a public health emergency, our staff has worked to provide testing for employees, businesses and the public. We are very pleased to be able to provide this service to our residents.”

The testing site will be closed on Monday, May 25 in honor of Memorial Day. Access to the test site is from 29th Street, also known as Ben Geiger Drive. Only those who pre-registered will be able to access the test site. 


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