Free COVID-19 Testing In Wilmington This Week

Updated November 23, 2020
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If you are planning to spend time with family this week for Thanksgiving, it is suggested by the governor and the state of Delaware to get tested for COVID-19 beforehand. The following free testing centers are available in the city of Wilmington this week. It is still advised that large crowds are avoided, that you wear a face mask in public, and wash your hands regularly. New restrictions are in effect beginning today.

Monday, November 23:

  • Congo Funeral Home, located at 2401 N. Market Street, from 2-6pm. Register for an appointment here
  • Frawley Stadium, located at 801 Shipyard Drive, from 2-7pm. Register for an appointment here

Tuesday, November 24:

  • Henrietta Johnson Medical Center, located at 601 New Castle Avenue, from 9am-12pm. To make an appointment, call 302-655-6187.

Wednesday, November 25:

  • Henrietta Johnson Medical Center, located at 601 New Castle Avenue, from 9am-12pm. To make an appointment, call 302-655-6187.

 

For more information on COVID-19 Testing, visit the state website here

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