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Free COVID-19 testing offered at Edison Housing Authority

The Edison Housing Authority will offer free COVId-19 testing.

EDISON – In partnership with Edison Township, the Edison Housing Authority (EHA) will provide no-cost COVID-19 testing from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every second Monday and every second Friday of the month.

“With the health and safety of our EHA families and staff coming first and foremost, we wanted to ensure continued access to no-cost testing until the pandemic subsides,” Deborah Hurley, executive director of EHA, said in a prepared statement.

As of April 12, WellCare, TCCM will conduct testing at Robert Holmes Gardens, 14 Rev. Samuel Carpenter Blvd., Edison, every second Monday of the month; and beginning April 16, at Julius Engel Gardens, Willard Dunham Drive, Edison, every second Friday of the month.

All participants with or without symptoms will be required to maintain social distance of at least six feet and wear a mask at all times.

While insurance is not required, participants should bring a form of photo identification and, if available, their medical insurance card. Participants may receive a statement from their insurance company itemizing the services rendered (Explanation of Benefits), but this is not a bill.

Call 908-561-2525 for information.

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