NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Walk-up COVID-19 testing at the Redshaw School on Livingston Avenue will continue next week.

Walk-Up COVID-19 Testing Resumes Next Wednesday and Thursday in New Brunswick. Testing is by appointment only and the number of available daily tests is limited.

Appointments for Wednesday May 6 can be made starting at 10 a.m. on Monday May 4.

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Appointments for Thursday May 7 can be made starting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday May 5.

To be tested, you must be a Middlesex County resident and have proof of residency. Proof of residency includes a valid driver’s license or state issued identification or two pieces of mail including utility bills or bank statements.

Also, you must have a valid doctor’s prescription or be exhibiting symptoms which include (but are not limited to) 100.4 degrees or higher fever (99.6 degrees for people 65 years and older), respiratory symptoms and/or shortness of breath.

Register at the county's website or call 732-745-3100

Testing began at Redshaw School on Thursday and Friday.

“It went pretty well, without a hitch and so to all the folks who went there to get tested yesterday everything was orderly, well organized,” Mayor Jim Cahill said on his daily COVID-19 radio podcast. “The county did, as fully expected, getting it up and running. The logistics involved in getting that set up and to get to run as smooth as it was yesterday was fantastic. Middlesex County, all of our front-line workers who were there, all the police support, all the health care workers – fantastic job.”

Middlesex County will continue to test at the Kilmer Vehicle Inspection Center at 33 Kilmer Road in Edison. More testing is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday.

Visit the county’s website for details.