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ROCHESTER, Minn. — The last day of COVID-19 testing at Graham Park will be Nov. 14. The Community Testing Collaborative, formerly known as the Graham Park Collaborative COVID-19 Testing Site, will begin transitioning to two new indoor locations on Thursday, Nov. 12, to provide staff and patients a warmer, safer place to be tested during winter.
The location where patients will be seen will depend on whether they are Mayo Clinic patients or Olmsted Medical Center patients:
Primary care providers can direct patients to these new test locations, beginning Nov. 12.
If people do not have a primary care provider but are in need of testing, they should call the COVID-19 triage lines provided above for Mayo Clinic or Olmsted Medical Center. If people do not have insurance and are unable to cover the test cost, they should inquire about billing options when they call.
Test results are typically available in 24–48 hours. People will be contacted by a care provider and Olmsted County Public Health if a positive case is detected. It is important that people follow the guidance provided by Public Health and their care provider for the health and safety of the community.
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