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Free COVID-19 testing extended for Oahu residents amid coronavirus surge – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-08-05 18:46:16 –

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The city’s mobile lab at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. (Courtesy of Honolulu City and County)

Honolulu (KHON2) —Oahu residents wishing for a free COVID-19 test will have the opportunity to be tested until Saturday, August 19th.

On Thursday, August 5, the State Department of Health reported 428 new cases of coronavirus in the city and county of Honolulu. 655 in total Reported on the entire state.

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As a result, city officials say they have extended the free inspection program by a week, giving more residents the opportunity to be inspected as needed.

Qualified individuals have access to a test kit available past baggage claim 31 at the City Mobile Lab at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. All candidates must pre-register in the city’s prepaid section. here.. Those who pre-register for the test will need to receive a QR code when registration is complete.

A turbinate test during PCR is processed and the results are provided to participants within 6 hours. Registrants must bring a valid state ID that displays the Oahu address and zip code.

The closest parking lot to the test site is the Terminal 2 parking lot. The entrance to this structure is accessible from the second floor of the Airport Access Road, directly opposite the Administration Tower, opposite Lobby 5.

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