Mono County COVID-19 Testing Schedule for week of December 14, 2020. 

Do not stop being tested!

It will be months before everyone has access to the new coronavirus vaccines. In the meantime, it is important that the public remain vigilant and avoid behavior that invites becoming infected or possibly infecting others. A key component of containing the spread of the contagion is to be tested regularly. Testing is free.

Estimates on vaccine availability and distribution have ranged from mid-summer to possibly the  end of summer, subject to any complications.

Following is the Mono County Health Department COVID-19 TESTING SCHEDULE: WEEK OF DECEMBER 14, 2020. 

FULL DETAILS AT: https://coronavirus.monocounty.ca.gov/pages/health

  • Monday (12/14) – Public Health COVID-19 testing in Mammoth Lakes (10:00am-1:00pm)
  • Tuesday (12/15) – Verily testing in Mammoth Lakes at Sierra Star Golf Course, 2001 Sierra Star Pkwy (8:00am-12:30pm)
  • Wednesday (12/16) – Public Health COVID-19 testing in Mammoth Lakes (10:00am-1:00pm)
  • Thursday (12/17) – Public Health COVID-19 testing in Mammoth Lakes (10:00am-1:00pm)
  • Friday (12/18) – Verily testing at Antelope Valley Community Center (9:00am-12:45pm)
  • Friday (12/18) – Verily testing in Mammoth Lakes at Sierra Star Golf Course, 2001 Sierra Star Pkwy (8:00am-12:30pm)

5 Responses to Mono County COVID-19 Testing Schedule for week of December 14, 2020. 

  1. Bob McElearney December 13, 2020 at 2:28 pm #

    Any testing in Bridgeport planned in the near future?

     
    • Charles James December 13, 2020 at 2:54 pm #

      Visit their website at https://monohealth.com/public-health or call the Bridgeport Office at 760-932-5580.

       
      • eric hein December 14, 2020 at 12:26 pm #

        Any idea why they canceled testing in Mammoth today?

         
        • Charles James December 14, 2020 at 4:27 pm #

          Eric, we heard back from Mono County Health. Here’s the answer to your question:
          Staff cancelled testing because of icy parking lot. Such conditions are not uncommon or unexpected in Mammoth, so we need to do better. We’re moving the main public health testing site this week, weighing a couple of options, but south facing and with available snow and ice removal are important attributes.

           
          • eric hein December 14, 2020 at 7:53 pm #

            Thanks for the information but it doesn’t change the fact that testing and confirmation in the Eastern Sierra has been a disaster and the fact that winter weather in the middle of December caught them by surprise is just another sad example.Twice this summer we had employees needing to get tested and neither person was informed of the negative result. That’s staffing shortage and lost income for the employees because the Health department can’t be proactive.

             

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