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COVID-19 Testing

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The City of Cupertino thanks everyone who showed up to be tested. There were 1,631 tests administered in three days. The City is in discussions with Santa Clara County Public Health Department to bring testing back in a few weeks.
 
The City of Cupertino, in cooperation with the Santa Clara County Public Health Department, will host a free community-based COVID-19 testing site at Creekside Park, 10455 Miller Avenue. Testing will be available on June 16, 17, and 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day (lines may be stopped prior to 4 p.m. to ensure all those in line can be tested before the end of the day). This service is available to everyone regardless of their health provider and no doctor’s referral is needed.
  
The Public Health Department and Valley Medical Center will set up a walk-up test site for COVID-19 inside the park building. Visitors are asked to follow safety protocols, such as wearing a face covering and practice social distancing.

Note: While the testing process is relatively quick, be prepared and bring water with you in case a short line develops. Temperatures are expected to reach the high 80s.

 
Message from Mayor Steven Scharf
“I encourage all of our residents to take advantage of this free service and get tested whether you feel ill or not. While Cupertino’s COVID-19 case numbers remain relatively low, testing is crucial to help treat, isolate, or hospitalize those who are infected. This, in turn, ensures a safer and healthier community.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I need to make a reservation or appointment?
A: No, testing is walk-in, first-come first-served.

Q: Is testing limited to Cupertino residents?
A: 
No, testing is open to everyone.

Q: Where is the testing being held?
A: Creekside Park, 10455 Miller Avenue.

Q: What days and times will the testing be done?
A: Testing will be held on Tuesday, June 16; Wednesday, June 17; and Thursday, June 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Q: Will it test for antibodies?
A: No, it does not test for antibodies.

Q: Is there an age limit?
A: No, there is no age limit.

Q: What kind of test is it?
A: It is a swab test.

Q: Is there an age limit?
A: No, there is no age limit.

Q: When will we receive test results?
A: Test results will be emailed to you within a week.

Q: What accommodations are planned for seniors?
A: All seniors will be greeted right away and accommodated to move up the lines as needed.

Take a Virtual Tour of a Popup Testing Site