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Find out where Wisconsin National Guard's COVID-19 testing sites are near you

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Posted at 2:41 PM, Sep 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-14 16:00:51-04

MILWAUKEE — Wisconsin National Guard is releasing an updated list of where Guards are assisting with COVID-19 testing in the state.

The Guard has assisted with processing a total of 465,400 tests in Wisconsin since the pandemic began.

Wisconsin National Guard collection sites during the week of Sep. 14-20 are listed below:

  • Bayfield County:One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 18 in Washburn.
  • Chippewa County: One team will collect specimens Sep. 15 at a Wisconsin Department of Health Services facility in Chippewa Falls and will operate a community-based testing site Sep. 16 at the Northern Wisconsin Fairgrounds in Chippewa Falls. A team will collect specimens Sep. 17 at Chippewa Valley Correctional.
  • Columbia County: One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 18 in Wyocena.
  • Dane County: Multiple teams established a community-based testing site May 11 at the Madison’s Alliant Energy Center and has collected more than 164,800 specimens as of Sep. 14. This site typically is open Monday through Saturday. Multiple teams will collect specimens Sep. 17 at the Wisconsin Department of Corrections’ Grow Academy Youth Facility, the Oak Hill Correctional Institution, the Oregon Correctional Center, and the Thompson Correctional Center.
  • Forest County:One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 19 in Crandon.
  • Grant County: One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 16 on the University of Wisconsin-Platteville campus.
  • Juneau County: One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 19 at Veterans Memorial Park in Mauston.
  • La Crosse County:One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 14 at the Health and Human Services Building in La Crosse.
  • Lafayette County:One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 16 in Darlington.
  • Lincoln County:One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 18 at the Merrill Festival Grounds in Merrill.
  • Milwaukee County:Three teams established a community-based testing site May 11 at 2701 S. Chase Avenue (UMOS) and has collected over 83,200 specimens as of Sep. 14. Two teams established a Milwaukee community-based collection site June 1 at Custer Stadium at 4300 W. Fairmount Avenue and has collected over 32,500 specimens as of Sep. 14. Both sites typically operate Monday through Saturday.
  • Portage County: A team will collect specimens Sep. 14 for long-term care and health care center staff.
  • Racine County: A team will collect specimens Sep. 16-17 at the Racine Correctional Institution.
  • Sauk County: One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 14 at the Sauk County Fairgrounds in Baraboo.
  • Shawano County: One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 15-16 at the Shawano County Fairgrounds in Shawano.
  • Vilas County: One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 15 at the Vilas County Government Building in Eagle River.
  • Waukesha County: One team will operate a community-based testing site on multiple days in September at the Waukesha County Expo Center. Events are scheduled for Sep. 1, 8, 14-15, 21-22 and 28-29. The team has collected over 560 specimens as of Sep. 14.
  • Waupaca County:One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 15 at the Waupaca County Fairgrounds in Weyauwega.
  • Waushara County: One team will conduct a community-based testing site Sep. 15 at the Waushara County Fairgrounds in Wautoma.
  • Winnebago County:One team operates a community-based testing site Sep. 1 to Dec. 31 at the Sunnyview Expo Center in Oshkosh and has collected over 3,150 specimens as of Sep. 14.

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