As businesses and some public spaces begin reopening, remember that you can still have the coronavirus without exhibiting any symptoms. Getting a COVID-19 test – even when you’re asymptomatic – is a way to protect your neighbors as we settle into Phase 1 of reopening.
The City of Orlando, in partnership with Orange County Government, GENETWORx, AdventHealth and Orlando Health, has established several free, drive-thru and pedestrian-accessible COVID-19 testing sites in Orlando neighborhoods throughout the city. Locations for the mobile testing sites were selected to ensure broad coverage of the City and based on data to target locations where a higher number of positive cases has been reported.
Important information about the sites
- Testing sites will operate one day per week on Wednesdays, rotating to a new location in the city on each operating day.
- Future locations will be announced on a rolling basis.
Things to keep in mind
- Testing is free and available to anyone 18+ years old with a photo ID showing an Orlando address, such as driver's license, consular identification card, or any other official identity card or documentation that proves the name and address of the individual.
- You do not need to be exhibiting symptoms to be eligible to be tested.
- To ensure minimal contact, residents are encouraged to drive-thru with an appointment.
- Residents without access to a vehicle are also able to be accommodated.
- In the event of hazardous weather, testing operations will be suspended for the day. Weather updates will be posted to social media.
Next Available Mobile Testing Site
- Appointments will be available Monday, August 10 at 8 a.m.
Wednesday, August 12, 2020, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Dr. James R. Smith Neighborhood Center
1723 Bruton Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32805
Please call 407.246.3104, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Spanish-speaking residents, please call 407.246.4301.