DOVER, Del. (AP) - Delaware is expanding access to free coronavirus testing.
Gov. John Carney announced Friday that the state is shifting testing from mobile sites to permanent sites that can handle a greater volume of testing.
The shift will take place beginning Monday.
The 19 fixed testing sites are located throughout the state, including eight drive-thru Walgreens locations, six public health clinics and five state service center sites. Walgreens sites do not require advance registration, but the others do.
Testing will be offered five to seven days per week, depending on the location.
All testing is free, with results expected within two to three days.
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