PASSAIC COUNTY - Borough officials reported some confusion when residents inquired after Passaic County's original September 4 John W. Rea House testing date had been rescheduled for Monday, August 31.
The county stated that dates are subject to change, but a new flier was released outlining future tests in the local area.
As of Friday, Passaic County says that their mobile testing unit will be set up at the following locations from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Thursday, September 10 - Lambert Castle - 3 Valley Road, Paterson
Saturday, September 12 - Sacred Heart Church - 145 Randolph Avenue, Clifton
Wednesday, September 16 - Passaic County Community College - 500 Union Avenue, Wanaque
Saturday, September 19 - Haledon Municipal Complex - 510 Belmont Avenue, Haledon
Thursday, September 24 - Planning/Senior Services Office - 930 Riverview Drive, Totowa
Saturday, September 26 - Paradise Knoll Elementary School - 103 Paradise Road, West Milford
Wednesday, September 30 - Masonic Temple - 224 Broadway, Paterson
Further information can be found at www.passaiccountynj.org/covid19
All tests performed are saliva tests, open to Passaic County residents only. Those who wish to be tested must not eat, drink, or smoke at least 30 minutes prior to testing. ID is required and a smart phone or tablet for registration.
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