The Rapid Testing site in Quincy is on the move from the former Shopko parking lot.

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As we move into the new year and continue to battle the COVID-19 virus, one of the main sources for combating the virus the Rapid Testing site in Quincy is on the move from the former Shopko parking lot to the Oakley Lindsay Center.

According to a post on the Adams County Health Department's Facebook page (you can see the full post if you click here) the Rapid Testing Site is moving to the Oakley Lindsay Center. In the post they say...

"Beginning Sunday, January 10, the COVID-19 rapid drive-thru testing site will be relocated to the Oakley Lindsay Center at 300 Civic Center Plaza in Quincy. This relocation is to prepare for upcoming mass COVID-19 vaccination. The move will allow resources to align and ensure a smooth process for both COVID-19 testing and vaccination all in one location. Individuals wishing to be tested should enter the testing site at 4th and York."

The hours for the site at the OLC are M-F 10am to 4pm, Closed on Saturday, and open Sunday from 10am to 2pm. It is important to spread the word to let everyone in the Tri-States know that the Rapid Testing Site isn't gone from Quincy but just relocating to the Oakley Lindsay Center so people who continue to need test can get them.

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