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Penn State To Continue Offering COVID-19 Testing Through Summer

Penn State will continue offering drop-in COVID-19 testing for those sticking around on campus this summer, the university announced Monday.

Both Hintz Family Alumni Center and Pegula Ice Arena will offer testing with reduced hours throughout May. Starting in June, only Pegula will offer drop-in testing.

The summer drop-in testing schedule is as follows:

  • May 10-28: 9 a.m. through 4 p.m., Monday through Friday at Hintz and Pegula
  • May 13-15: Drop-in testing at Pegula closed due to the Walmart COVID-19 vaccine clinic
  • May 31: Both sites closed for Memorial Day
  • Starting June 1: Hintz closed. Drop-in testing is available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, at Pegula.

More testing updates will be announced in June, according to Penn State.

Employees who are listed in the University’s Return to Work database at any campus can order a Vault Health mail-in test. University Park students exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, meanwhile, can schedule tests through University Health Services via MyUHS.

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