New Locations For Drive Through Coronavirus Testing

More drive through testing sites for the Coronavirus in South Florida.

Marlins Park

Address:501 Marlins Way, Miami, FL 33125

To make an appointment, call 305-499-8767. If you cannot drive but meet the requirements and live in the city of Miami, the city’s fire department will come to your house by calling 305-960-5050.

Hard Rock Stadium

Address: 347 Don Shula Dr, Miami Gardens

Testing Hours:9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

Who can be tested?

First responders and healthcare staff, including police, fire-rescue, medical staff and essential staff that is supporting the management agencies during the novel coronavirus pandemic. You must have COVID-19 symptoms and be prepared to show ID.

People who are 65 or older with COVID-19 symptoms andhave chronic conditions.You must show ID.

Individuals who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and have recently traveled internationally on a cruise or plane or have a compromised immune system. You must show ID.

▪Testing for home bound Miami residents

The city of Miami announced Monday that it has2,000 test kits to test homebound residents over 65 who fear they have contracted COVID-19. City staff will first reach out to low-income senior towers.

Call 305-960-5050 to make an appointment.

COVID-19 TESTING IN BROWARD COUNTY (MiamiHerald.com)

Broward Health

The address of the Pompano Beach test site will be disclosed to those who make an appointment.

Testing Hours: By appointment only

Who can be tested?

Patients must receive a written prescription from a physician and then call 954-320-5730 (open 7 am. to 7 p.m.) to register for a test. Those who qualify will then have to show a photo ID, the written prescription and the registration confirmation number once they arrive at the site. (MiamiHerald.com)

CB Smith Park

(Florida National Guard partnering with Memorial Healthcare System)

Address: 900 N. Flamingo Rd., Pembroke Pines

Testing Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

Who can be tested?

First responders and healthcare staff, including police, fire-rescue, medical staff and essential staff that is supporting the management agencies during thenovel coronavirus pandemic. You must have COVID-19 symptoms and be prepared to show ID.

▪ People who are 65 or older with COVID-19 symptoms and have chronic conditions. You must show I.D.

▪ Individuals who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and have recently traveled internationally on a cruise or plane or have a compromised immune system. You must show I.D.

Pembroke Pines police say you can call 954-276-4680 in advance to pre-register for a screening. The registration hotline will open at 1 p.m. Monday. (MiamiHerald.com)

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