Santa Rosa, CA – As part of Sonoma County’s efforts to increase testing opportunities for residents, the County is partnering with state officials to open a COVID-19 testing site in Petaluma on Thursday, Dec. 10. The new site, which will open at Herzog Hall at the Petaluma Fairgrounds, will be the third site in the County operated by OptumServe, a federal health services business under contract with the state to provide free COVID-19 testing for California communities.
“Extensive, county-wide testing is a critical step toward re-opening the County because it allows us to identify cases and provide isolation support to stop the spread of the virus,” said Supervisor Susan Gorin, Chair of the Board of Supervisors. “When we do things like getting tested for COVID-19, wearing face masks, and practicing social distancing it helps us get through this pandemic and re-open faster and safer.”
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