As Riverside County closes in on the 120,000 mark for testing of the coronavirus, county health officials announced that new walk-in testing sites were being added in various portions of the county in hopes of getting more people to be tested and thus acquire more data on the virus.
“I am very pleased to see more testing sites open in western Riverside County. I can’t stress enough how important it is to get tested, even if you don’t have symptoms,” Vice Chair Karen Spiegel, 2nd District supervisor, said. “Increased testing is an important aspect of being able to reopen our businesses and region faster.”
The new walk-in testing sites were opened in Corona and San Jacinto and the Mead Valley state testing site was moved to Temecula
Testing at Corona Senior Citizens Cent