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Make appointment for free PCR Test at Pfitzner Stadium starting Jan. 13

Prince William Health District is opening a free Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Community Testing Center (CTC) at Pfitzner Stadium Complex, 7 County Complex Ct. Woodbridge, VA. 22192, on Thursday, Jan. 13.

This free testing for COVID-19 is to increase testing availability in response to public demand.

This will be a laboratory run test, and the PCR test results are usually available within a few days. PCR tests are very effective in detecting an active COVID-19 infection, even if asymptomatic. 

The CTC will operate by appointments only and open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Saturday to Thursday. To find an appointment, visit vase.vdh.virginia.gov/testingappointment.

Two days of appointment slots will be available on days when the testing site is open. CTC test results will be automatically sent via text or email message to individuals tested based on the information provided by the individual in the appointment system.

News media are not permitted inside any CTC during regular hours to ensure patient privacy. Arrangements must be made 24 hours ahead of time to tour a CTC outside regular hours. Tours will be escorted, and no exceptions will be made.

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