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Nearly 300 Tested in COVID-19 Drive-Thru Events in West, South, and Central Maui

Minit Medical personnel conduct testing Wednesday for COVID-19 at the Lahaina Aquatic Center. (PC: County of Maui)

Mayor Michael Victorino announced that nearly 300 people participated in antibody blood testing and PCR diagnostic testing at COVID-19 drive-through events from June 24-26, 2020, in West, South, and Central Maui.

Minit Medical Urgent Care conducted 179 antibody tests and 106 PCR diagnostic tests. Minit Medical will be calling individuals with all results, which are expected to take one to three days.

“Mahalo again to Minit Medical for partnering with us to provide drive-through testing for our residents in multiple areas,” Mayor Victorino said. “I also want to thank Parks and Recreation and Maui Police Department for continuing to support our efforts. We know these testing efforts will be key in our ongoing COVID-19 emergency response.”

If you would like to get tested, residents are encouraged to call their primary care physician or visit one of the many local medical providers.



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