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Update on County-Run COVID-19 Testing Sites

Update on County-Run COVID-19 Testing Sites 1024 661 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Update on County-Run COVID-19 Testing Sites

Unfortunately, the operations of some county testing sites are impacted due to the current State of Emergency in Los Angeles County.

The following testing sites are closed today, June 1st:

  • All the AltaMed Testing Sites located at the following addresses:
    • AltaMed - 1724 Pennsylvania Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90033
    • AltaMed - 972 Goodrich Blvd., Commerce, CA 90022
    • AltaMed - 8627 Atlantic Ave., South Gate, CA 90280
    • AltaMed - Sunset Ave., West Covina, CA 91790
    • AltaMed - 2040 Camfield Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90040
    • AltaMed - 6336 Passons Blvd., Pico Rivera, CA 90660
  • Long Beach City College - 1305 E. Pacific Coast Hwy. Long Beach, CA 90806.
  • City of Bell - 6480-6410 Atlantic Ave., Bell, CA 90203 closed at 11am today.
  • Cedars-Sinai Medical Center - 8730 Alden Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90059 closing at 1pm.
  • OptumServe operated sites that will close at 3pm:
  • Santa Monica Airport - 2800 Airport Ave.Santa Monica, CA  90405 is closing at 3pm.
  • West Jordan High School - 171 W. Bort St., Long Beach, CA 90805
  • South Bay Galleria - 1815 Hawthorne Blvd., Redondo Beach, CA 90278
  • Charles R. Drew University Campus - 1731 E 120th St. Los Angeles, CA 90059 – will be closing today at 3:00 p.m.

At all testing sites that are closed today, all patients who had registered for an appointment are being notified by email or receiving a phone call if they do not have an email to reschedule.

Additional sites may close in order to adhere to local curfews as they are determined throughout the day. Closures to any additional County-run or County-partnered testing sites will be updated on the County’s testing website, https://covid19.lacounty.gov/testing/.  Residents are encouraged to visit the website for the most updated list of testing sites any and changes to operational hours.

“Los Angeles County is in the midst of fighting an unprecedented pandemic while also facing a State of Emergency that impacts public safety. Public health remains a key concern and testing remains a priority as we continue to battle the coronavirus. We need to ensure our testing sites are safe for both patients and staff,” said Christina Ghaly, Director LA County Department of Health Services.