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Posted on: June 22, 2022

CDPHE to Close Temporary COVID-19 Testing Site in Breckenridge

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The Mako COVID-19 testing site in Breckenridge will close June 30 as part of the Polis Administration’s testing transition plan; Frisco testing site will remain open

Contact: Adam Kisiel, Summit County Public Affairs Coordinator

SUMMIT COUNTY – On June 13, 2022, CDPHE announced that the temporary Mako COVID-19 testing site located at Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge will close on June 30 as part of the State’s transition plan for moving COVID-19 testing currently run through state community testing sites to traditional healthcare settings and federal programs, including the Test to Treat program. There will still be one state-run testing site, located in Frisco, which will continue to be available to the community: 

  • The Mako Medical Community Testing Site in Frisco will remain intact and will continue to operate seven days a week from 9a.m. to 5 p.m. every day at the Summit County Senior and Community Center, 83 Nancy's Place, Frisco. Complete the registration form for a quicker process upon arrival.

“Summit County is thankful for support from CDPHE, the Town of Breckenridge, CMC, and Mako Medical. We are fortunate to continue to have the site in Frisco as all, but 21 sites across the state are being closed,” said Director of Summit County Public Health, Amy Wineland. “We are so very grateful that the State will continue to support a community testing site in Summit County, especially given that we are one of the most visited counties in Colorado.”

Testing is free of cost and widely available to individuals in Summit County and remains a critical tool in tracking and slowing the spread of the virus. Information on testing hours and locations is available at https://www.summitcountyco.gov/1324/Testing.

 

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CDPHE cerrará temporalmente el sitio de pruebas de COVID-19 en Breckenridge

El sitio de pruebas de Mako COVID-19 en Breckenridge cerrará el 30 de junio como parte del plan de transición de pruebas de la Administración Polis, el sitio de prueba en Frisco permanecerá abierto

Contacto:Adam Kisiel, Coordinador de Asuntos Públicos del Condado de Summit

CONDADO DE SUMMIT: el 13 de junio de 2022, CDPHE anunció que el sitio de prueba temporal Mako COVID-19 ubicado en Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge cerrará el 30 de junio como parte de el plan de transición del estado para trasladar las pruebas de COVID-19 que actualmente se realizan a través de los sitios de prueba de la comunidad estatal a lugares de atención médica tradicionales y programas federales, incluido el programa Test to Treat. Todavía habrá un sitio de prueba administrado por el estado, ubicado en Frisco, que seguirá estando disponible para la comunidad: 

  • El sitio de pruebas de la comunidad médica de Mako en Frisco permanecerá intacto y continuará operando los siete días de la semana de 9 a.m. a 5 pm todos los días en el Centro Para La Comunidad y Para Los Adultos Mayores , 83 Nancy's Place, Frisco. Complete el formulario de registro para un proceso más rápido a su llegada.

“El condado de Summit agradece el apoyo de CDPHE, el pueblo de Breckenridge, CMC y Mako Medical. Somos afortunados de seguir teniendo el sitio en Frisco como todos, pero se están cerrando 21 sitios en todo el estado”, dijo la directora de salud pública del condado de Summit, Amy Wineland. “Estamos muy agradecidos de que el Estado continúe apoyando un sitio de prueba comunitario en el condado de Summit, especialmente dado que somos uno de los condados más visitados de Colorado”.

Las pruebas son gratuitas y están ampliamente disponibles para las personas en el condado de Summit y siguen siendo una herramienta fundamental para rastrear y frenar la propagación del virus. La información sobre los horarios y lugares de las pruebas está disponible en https://www.summitcountyco.gov/1324/Testing.

 

 

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