MISSOULA — Missoula County is continuing rural community mobile testing until further notice in Clinton, Frenchtown, Lolo and Seeley Lake.
The mobile testing is available by appointment only and is intended to provide more convenient testing options, according to the Missoula City-County Health Department.
County residents currently experiencing COVID-19 compatible symptoms, or those who have been notified by the health department as a close contact, are encouraged to call (406) 258-INFO to talk with a public health nurse for a symptom screen and appointment if necessary.
People who qualify for an appointment will be provided with the essential information for the visit, including what to expect at the mobile site. The services and tests are free for those who qualify.
The testing takes place on Tuesday mornings at the Clinton fire station as well as on Tuesday afternoons at the Seeley Lake Community Foundation. Testing also takes place at the Frenchtown fire station on Thursday afternoons and at the Lolo Community Center on Thursday mornings.