Governor Beshear announced a drive-through testing site for COVID-19 in Kenton County. The site will begin testing on Tuesday June, 30 and will continue through Thursday July 2nd.
Testing is open to any Kentucky Resident.
Testing is free and results will be available within 48 hours. Testing is available by appointment for 250 tests per day. The testing site is located at Summit View Academy (5006 Madison Pike, Independence, KY 41051).
Appointments are available Tuesday June 30 through Thursday July 2nd, from 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM each day. To learn more and to make an appointment, visit the website. You can also call (888) 852-2567 (select option 1, then option 3).
Testing is possible through a partnership with the Governor’s Office, Kroger Health, UPS, Gravity Diagnostics, Kentucky Division of Emergency Management, Kentucky Department for Public Health, Kentucky State Police, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Kentucky National Guard and Kenton County.
To read the Governor’s full release, visit the website.
All media inquiries should contact the State’s office of Communications: Crystal Staley, Communications Director, or (502) 545-3714 or (502) 564-2611; or Sebastian Kitchen, Deputy Communications Director, or (502) 330-0799 or (502) 564-2611