ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Students, families and staff of Ann Arbor Public Schools can receive free rapid testing for COVID-19 antigens on Saturday.
Between 9 a.m. and noon, the Michigan National Guard will be at Pioneer High School helping test AAPS community members who register for the event.
Antigen tests are limited, so pre-registration is required, AAPS officials said in an email. Sign up here.
The rapid antigen tests will a swab of the lower nasal cavity. Attendees will enter into the Ann Arbor high school, be tested, and will then wait for 15 minutes for their results.
Both adults and children, with or without COVID-19 symptoms, are welcome to register but any child under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Well-fitted masks must be worn at all times unless the wearer is being tested.
“We anticipate that this event will fill quickly, and intend to offer more testing events if resources allow,” AAPS officials said.
Attendees should park in the staff parking lot or the large student parking lot and enter the high school at the clocktower entrance facing Stadium Boulevard.
Those with questions can contact Jenna Bacolor. Executive Director of the Ann Arbor Public Schools’ Community Division, at email@example.com
Pioneer High School is at 601 W. Stadium Blvd.