Six Flags Among Select COVID-19 Testing Locations Providing Summer Hours

Governor Larry Hogan announced Monday that Six Flags America theme park in Prince George’s County and other COVID-19 testing locations will provide summer hours. 

The Six Flags location’s hours will be 8 am – noon including this Wednesday and Friday. Appointments and doctor’s orders are not required to get tested.

While Six Flags does not require an appointment, other testing locations do. The following locations require appointments. Many will also provide summer hours. 

  • Belair VEIP (Harford County) 
  • Carroll County Agricultural Center (Carroll County) 
  • Clinton VEIP (Prince George’s County) 
  • Columbia VEIP (Howard County) 
  • Glen Burnie VEIP (Anne Arundel County) 
  • Hagerstown VEIP (Washington County) 
  • Owings Mills VEIP (Baltimore County) 
  • Prince Frederick VEIP (Calvert County) 
  • Prince George’s County Health Department, Cheverly Office (Prince George’s County) 
  • Waldorf VEIP (Charles County) 
  • White Oak VEIP (Montgomery County) 

Patients can be tested at no cost. Individuals do not need to display symptoms or have had prior exposure to COVID-19. Identification is required at all locations. 

The Maryland Department of Health Website states, “The Maryland Department of Health is dedicated to protecting and improving the health and safety of all Marylanders through disease prevention, access to care, quality management and community engagement.”

For more information on scheduling a test and maps of the testing sites, visit https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/pages/symptoms-testing

 

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Emma Shuster

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Emma Shuster is a rising junior and journalism major at the University of Maryland. She is currently a Summer 2020 intern at Montgomery Community Media. Follow her on Twitter @emmashuster1

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