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The Will County Health Department will continue to provide free testing for COVID-19 to the public throughout July at various locations.
The Will County Community Health Center is providing testing for the virus free to anyone who wants to be tested. No money will be collected at the testing sites, and those tested will not receive a bill.
Any resident who does not have medical insurance still will be able to receive a free test, according to the Will County Health Department.
The health department is providing testing for walk-ins and on a first-come, first-served basis. Also, testing will occur from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at each of the locations.
The health center will be testing at the city of Braidwood building Tuesday, July 7. The city building is located at 141 W. Main St. in Braidwood.
There also will be testing at the Joliet Park District facility, 141 W. Jefferson St., on Wednesday, July 8.
Residents in the northern and eastern part of the county will continue to have regular opportunities to get tested at the health department's other branches.
Every Monday, the public can get tested at the county health department's eastern branch office at 5601 Manhattan-Monee Road in Monee.
Every Friday, the public can get tested at the county health department's northern branch office at 323 Quadrangle Drive in Bolingbrook.
For information on COVID-19 in Will County or any public health resources, visit willcountyhealth.org or call 815-727-8480.