Residents of Marulan, Tuena and Yass will have a chance to be tested for COVID-19 in the coming weeks, with pop-up clinics appearing at all three towns.
A free COVID-19 testing clinic will be held at Marulan next Tuesday, May 26.
It will include a drive-through section, so patients won't need to leave their cars.
It will be held from 10am-2pm at Marulan Hall, 80 George Street, Marulan.
In Tuena, a free COVID-19 testing clinic will be held on Wednesday, June 3, from 9am-1pm.
You'll find it at Parsons General Store, Bathurst Street, Tuena.
At Yass, you can be tested every Monday to Friday, 10am-12pm in the front car park of Yass Hospital, off Meehan Street, Yass.
Bookings for all three venues are essential on 1800 999 880 (then option 1).
Southern NSW Health said that is okay to get tested more than once, if you have symptoms at different points in time.
Symptoms include: a fever, sore/scratchy throat, head ache, fatigue, aches and pains, runny nose, loss of smell, loss of taste, diarrhoea, nausea/vomiting and loss of appetite cough or breathing issues.
Additonally, there are six fixed site clinics, open daily from 9am-5pm at Goulburn, Bega, Cooma, Moruya and Queanbeyan Hospitals.
For up-to-date statistics go to NSW Health.
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