A new State of California COVID-19 testing bus has arrived at the Hemet Library, 300 E. Latham Ave., and will be operating Tuesday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The state-of-the-art testing bus has the capacity to test more than 500 people per day.
Testing is provided by the County of Riverside and is free, with or without insurance. Results generally take two to four days.
Tests are available by appointment only and can be scheduled online. The appointment portal can be accessed by visiting https://lhi.care. For inquiries, call 951-765-2301.
Additional locations include Perris and Beaumont. To view all locations, visit gettested.ruhealth.org.
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