NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Walk-Up COVID-19 testing resumes Monday and Tuesday in New Brunswick.

Testing at Redshaw Elementary School at 216 Livingston Ave. is by appointment only and the number of available daily tests is limited.

Appointments for Monday were made Friday, but appointments for Tuesday, May 19, can be made starting at 10 a.m. this morning.

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You must be a Middlesex County resident and meet a set of criteria to be tested.

Register online or call 732-745-3100

According to statistics released Middlesex County officials Friday, 1,533 New Brunswick residents have tested positive for COVID-19 and the death toll is 58.

In Middlesex County, 14,549 residents have tested positive for COVID-19 and there have been 848 deaths.

Beginning on Wednesday, Middlesex County will open COVID-19 testing to symptomatic and asymptomatic residents at the Edison drive thru testing site.

Testing is free and by appointment only, booked up to three days in advance of the testing date.

Residents can book an appointment by visiting the website or calling 732-745-3100. The registration form is available in Spanish and Guajarati, and the call center is staffed with individuals who speak multiple languages to assist our residents.

The drive thru testing at the Edison site (Kilmer Vehicle Inspection Center, 33 Kilmer Road) for Wednesday, May 20 must be booked on Sunday, May 17 (online only) and May 18 (via phone and online.)  Testing of asymptomatic individuals will begin on this date.

The testing for Thursday, May 21, must be booked on Tuesday, May 19, via phone and online.