State-run coronavirus testing sites to move to Temecula; county announces 2 more sites to open in Corona, San Jacinto

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Health care workers conduct a private drive-thru COVID-19 testing site operated by Hemet Global Medical Center in April. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Riverside County officials on Friday announced they are adding two new walk-in coronavirus testing sites in the western county area, while another state-run site will move to Temecula. The two new sites are in Corona and San Jacinto, and an existing Mead Valley testing site will be relocated to Temecula. Testing at Corona Senior Citizens Center 921 S. Belle Ave. in Corona and at 790 S. State St. in San Jacinto will begin Tuesday, May 26, and continue Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. These will be the third and fourth walk-in sites operated by the county, in addition to sites already operating Moreno Valley and Cathedral City. Four more drive-up testing sites are located in Indio, Lake Elsinore, Perris and Riverside. The state-run testing site that previously opera
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