Patient care navigator Tabatha Spegal talks with a patient at the Jamestown Family Health Clinic’s COVID-19 drive-up testing site on Dec. 7. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Patient care navigator Tabatha Spegal talks with a patient at the Jamestown Family Health Clinic’s COVID-19 drive-up testing site on Dec. 7. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Drive-through COVID testing available at Jamestown clinic

The Jamestown Family Health Clinic, in coordination with Olympic Medical Center and the Clallam County Department of Health, is offering drive-through COVID testing at its Sequim clinic.

Testing is available to all people regardless if they receive care at the Jamestown clinic from 1-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, at 808 N. Fifth Ave.

Criteria for testing includes anyone with mild symptoms, anyone with exposure to someone with known or suspected COVID-19. People requiring testing prior to a medical procedure are also welcome.

Testing is not currently available for pre-travel or other reasons not listed.

People will need to provide identification; anonymous testing is not available.

The test site is located in the clinic’s southeast parking lot area. No appointment is needed.

Test results take 48-72 hours. Rapid testing is not available at the location.

Licensed practical nurse Kelsey Trester administers a COVID-19 test at the Jamestown Family Health Clinic’s drive-up testing site on Dec. 7. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Licensed practical nurse Kelsey Trester administers a COVID-19 test at the Jamestown Family Health Clinic’s drive-up testing site on Dec. 7. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

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