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New COVID Testing at Marine Stadium

The City of Miami has partnered with Access Health to open a new COVID-19 testing site to the public at the Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key.“With demand for COVID tests on the rise, the City of Miami is pleased to partner with Impact Health to help keep families in our community safe as we start off the new year and ensure testing is available to anyone who needs it,” saidMayor Francis Suarez.The site is now open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and is offering COVID-19 testing to the public at no out-of-pocket expense. Drive-though and walk-up testing is available, and no appointment is necessary.While appointments are not necessary, individuals may also choose to schedule a testhere.“At Impact Health, our goal is to make COVID testing more accessible in our communities. We are grateful to join the City of Miami and do our part in fighting to overcome this pandemic,” said J. Michael McNamara, CEO of Impact Health. “As we continue to deal with the difficulties of COVID-19, it is important that testing remains convenient, quick and safe for Miami residents.”The Miami Marine Stadium is located at 3501 Rickenbacker Causeway.

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