ROSELLE, NJ - A mobile COVID-19 testing site is coming to Roselle, Mayor Atkins announced in his latest ‘Mayor’s Connection’ address.
The exact dates for the testing center have not yet been announced but according to the Mayor it should be sometime in late September or early October. The tests done at this site will be the newer saliva tests instead of the more invasive nasal swabs.
“Thanks to our Freeholder, Andrea Staten, who has been leading the charge,” said the Mayor, acknowledging that the borough’s partnership with Union County helped to bring this to Roselle.
Testing will be free for all Roselle residents. In general, results from the saliva tests take 48 hours to be processed.
If you or someone in your home is currently exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 appointments are available for free drive-thru testing for Union County residents at Kean University.