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New COVID-19 Testing Site to Open at St Sebastian’s in Woodside Thursday

St. Sebastian’s Church in Woodside (Google Maps)

May 19, 2020 By Allie Griffin

A new COVID-19 testing center will open at a Woodside church Thursday, State Sen. Michael Gianaris announced today.

The testing site will open inside St. Sebastian’s Church, located at 58-02 Roosevelt Ave. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily from May 21 through May 26.

COVID-19 diagnostic and antibody testing is available to qualified residents by appointment only. Residents can schedule an appointment by calling 833-766-6769.

Gianaris and local community group Woodside on the Move are encouraging all qualified western Queens residents to get tested for coronavirus at the site.

“Keeping our community safe is paramount and increased testing will help ensure everyone’s well-being. Only by working together will we effectively combat coronavirus,” Gianaris said. “I am proud to partner in this effort with Woodside on the Move, an organization which has been instrumental in effectuating substantial progress in our community.”

Testing is available to the following individuals under the state’s guidelines.

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