Google’s Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Starts Tuesday In Sacramento

By Doug Lazy on March 23, 2020
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - MARCH 22: Government health workers conduct a COVID-19 drive-thru test on March 22, 2020 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. As the Government imposed a Movement Control Order (MCO) nationwide, Malaysian authorities are scrambling to track down about 3,000 men who attended a Muslim religious gathering that has led to a big spike in coronavirus cases across Southeast Asia. (Photo by Rahman Roslan/Getty Images)
Photo by Rahman Roslan/Getty Images says that initiative by Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is being called Project Baseline and it will begin Tuesday in the Sacramento area. The article says that if you are a Sacramento County resident over 18 and experiencing mild to moderate symptoms, you can CLICK HERE to fill  out the “COVID-19 Screener” to see if you qualify to take the CIVID-19 drive-thru test. If you do, you will be given instructions on where to go to take the test and you will get results via text message or email. The article also says that the test is free. 

To get more info on drive-thru coronavirus testing in Sacramento, CLICK HERE

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