The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the New Jersey Department of Health, and West Windsor Township have teamed and announced they will be setting up a pop-up Covid-19 testing site in West Windsor this Saturday (June 20th) and Tuesday (June 23rd), according to the township website.

The pop-up test site will be in operation each day from 8am - noon at West Windsor Community Park (on Princeton Hightstown Road). It will be open to West Windsor residents, New Jersey state, county and municipal employees.

You will not need a prescription and there will no charge. But, if you have health insurance you will need to show proof, although you do not have to have health insurance.

New Jersey Governor Murphy has made it very clear that everyone in New Jersey should get tested saying, "We're going to continue building the partnerships necessary for us to keep building out our testing program. More testing means more people will know their health status and that means more peace of mind. More testing creates more data, and more data allows us to take more steps forward."

You'll be able to drive up or walk up to the test site. It will be first come, first served, but, keep in mind, there is a maximum number of 300 people able to be tested, per day.

Please be wearing a face covering and make sure you're keeping proper social distance. Health officials will walk you through a self swab test.

If you need any more information, please call the West Windsor Health Department at (609) 936-8400.

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