Charles R. Drew University (CDU) COVID-19 testing site is moving across the street to MLK Medical Campus on Tuesday, August 4th.
In preparation for the construction of the new MLK Child and Family Well-being Center and to ensure the safety of residents, the CDU testing site will move across the street to the MLK Medical Campus on August 4th. This new location will be a walk-up only testing site. Nearby drive-up testing is available at the Forum in Inglewood and testing at this location is by appointment only. There will be no testing available at Charles R. Drew University testing site on Monday, August 3rd as we prepare to open the new testing site at MLK Medical Campus. Click here to see informational flyer.
As recommended by the LA County Department of Public Health, priority is given to those in the following groups:
- People with the following symptoms:
- Shortness of breath
- Repeated shaking with chills
- Muscle pain
- Sore throat
- New loss of taste or smell
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
- People working or living in places such as skilled nursing facilities, group homes, residential care facilities, and persons experiencing homelessness.
- People who were in close contact with someone with COVID-19.
And in accordance with California Department of Public Health Testing Guidance, testing is also available when there is additional testing capacity if you do not have symptoms and you are an essential worker with frequent contacts with the public in these sectors: health care, emergency services, food and grocery, retail or manufacturing, public transportation, and education. To view a complete list of the essential worker's group from the California Department of Public Health, click here
LA County COVID-19 Testing Map Locator
(Testing is by appointment ONLY)
LA County COVID-19 Community Testing – Weekly Dashboard
This dashboard summarizes COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing using the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Molecular test at Community Testing Sites in Los Angeles County. Click here to view dashboard.
Click here to view the County-wide map on highest need areas based on COVID-19 mortality rates, positivity rates and testing rates in communities across the County.
Additional information on Countywide COVID-19 testing can be found on the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Dashboard, Long Beach Public Health Dashboard, and the Pasadena Public Heath Dashboard.