Rep. Kent Smith Announces Two Free COVID-19 Testing Days In District 8
Locations to be set in East Cleveland and Euclid
August 13, 2020
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COLUMBUS - In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 across the 8th House District and Ohio, State Representative Kent Smith (D-Euclid) proudly announced two free, upcoming Coronavirus testing locations in East Cleveland and Euclid.  Both testing locations are being sponsored by a broad cross-section of community partners and stakeholders who share Rep. Smith's commitment to saving Ohioans from this deadly disease.  

The details of the first event are as follows:

WHAT:        Residents will have the opportunity to register to vote, complete their 2020 US Census, receive fresh                        produce and relevant information from the Greater Cleveland Food Bank and be administered a free               Coronavirus test. 

WHEN:        Saturday, August 15, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

WHERE:     Shaw High School, located at 15320 Euclid Avenue, East                                                                                                          Cleveland, OH 44112.  

LINK:        Register online hereThe deadline to register is Friday, Aug. 14 at 5 p.m.

The details of the second event are as follows:

WHAT:        Free coronavirus testing

WHEN:        Friday, August 21, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

WHERE:     C.E. Orr Ice Arena is located at 25550 Milton Ave., Euclid, OH                                                                                                44123 and is accessed off Babbitt Road

LINK:           Registration for the Euclid event can be completed here. (Passcode: EUCLID) or by calling 216-957-3939 Tuesday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

All attendees are expected to wear masks and practice proper social distancing at both events.

"I am proud to help bring two free, community checkups to Ohio's 8th House district - one to East Cleveland and then, six-days later, to the City of Euclid.  Testing is one of the critical strategies to defeat COVID-19.  Unfortunately it has not been available to nearly enough Ohioans.  These two events will help change that painful reality.  Please use the registration links as soon as possible as spots will be limited.   Also please continue to practice social distancing and wear masks whenever possible.  We will get through this together but we still have a long road to travel.  Let's make sure as many of us as possible complete the journey and make it to our shared goal of beating Coronavirus," said Rep. Smith.


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