The COVID-19 test site at the Everett Clinic on Hoyt in Everett will close Friday at 5 p.m., then open back up Monday at its branch at 7600 Evergreen Way. (Sue Misao / Herald file)

The COVID-19 test site at the Everett Clinic on Hoyt in Everett will close Friday at 5 p.m., then open back up Monday at its branch at 7600 Evergreen Way. (Sue Misao / Herald file)

Everett Clinic drive-thru COVID-19 testing site on the move

The health district’s team is heading to east county. Everett Clinic site is moving to Evergreen Way.

EVERETT — The Snohomish Health District is setting up a drive-thru coronavirus testing site in east Snohomish County for two days of tests next week, on Wednesday and Friday, spokeswoman Heather Thomas said.

The health district tests are by appointment only and patients must be experiencing symptoms like a fever over 100.4 degrees, a cough, a sore throat, difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache or loss of taste or smell.

More information on signing up for a test will be released Monday.

Nearly 100 people were tested at the health district’s drive-thru site this week in Lynnwood. Test results were available in less than 15 minutes.

Another Snohomish County drive-thru site is also on the go.

The Everett Clinic is moving one of its drive-thru coronavirus testing sites to the branch at 7600 Evergreen Way.

Tests are being offered at the clinic’s 4072 Hoyt Ave. location until Friday at 5 p.m. The Evergreen Way site opens Monday.

The site is one of two ran by the Everett Clinic. The other is at the Smokey Point location, at 2901 174th St. NE, Marysville.

You don’t have to be an Everett Clinic patient to get tested. However, you must be experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

An appointment is required. To sign up, call 425-382-4755.

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