Baltimore, MD - Dec. 4, 2020: 

                                                                                      COMMUNITY COVID-19 TESTING SITE    

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Now Offering dual Flu and PCR Covid Testing. The online form (link below) will guide you to register for both tests, only one swab is needed for both tests. PCR results from evening sessions usually available within 24-36 hours.

[All PCR tests (from any earlier or rapid sessions) are only sent to the lab that night, so results will only be available the following afternoon at the earliest. Also, due to the early onset of Shabbos now, test results from Thursday night will not likely be available before Shabbos begins.]

Time and Location for Testing:

STAR-K Parking Lot: 122 Slade Ave Baltimore MD 21208 

Motzaei Shabbos Dec. 5 - 8:15-9:00 PM

Sunday 12/6 - Thursday 12/10 - 7:30 PM-8:15 PM

For those with children 8 and younger who need an earlier time slot, please call 443-961-7285.

If you have a question regarding the covid testing please click here to email your question. 

If you are symptomatic (only), you may be eligible for rapid test. Click here for info on obtaining rapid testing. Rapid tests are not available to those who are not symptomatic.

A $10/car (not per test) donation is requested to cover incurred costs of operating the testing site. Payment can be made online here.

****NEW INSTRUCTIONS FOR TESTING****

  1.  Please complete the lab form online here  

If you would like your group or business employees tested, please click here

  2.   A few minutes after you complete the form, you will be emailed the completed lab form and paperwork to print and bring with you to the test site.

 For information on obtaining your results, please click here  Questions can be directed here 

To prevent cross-contamination, please bring a pen and hand sanitizer with you as well as a tissue to blow your nose prior to the test. 

Please stay off of your cell phones while on campus.