PATERSON, NJ – A mobile testing operation active since earlier this month will continue through October as The City of Paterson will host multiple mobile COVID-19 testing sites funded in part by federal CARES Act funding, Representative Bill Pascrell has announced.

Located throughout the city, the mobile testing efforts will help Paterson test residents and prevent the spread of the virus, a statement set. 

Saying that testing and contact tracing are vital tools in the fight against the spread of the virus Pascrell added that “the opening of these mobile testing sites is terrific news for Silk City residents,” 

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“While New Jersey has come a long way, we still must do everything we can to mitigate the spread of this virus. These sites will help protect your health and ultimately save lives," he said, adding his thanks to the leadership of Governor Murphy and his team.

The below expected testing schedule is subject to change.