Georgia to close remaining drive-through COVID test sites

Drive-through testing sites are being replaced by kiosks that dispense and collect COVID-19 tests. (Photo by Georgia Dept. of Health)

Four years after the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, state health officials are closing the last remaining COVID-19 community testing sites.

The Georgia Department of Public Health announced this week that the sites will close at the end of the month.

They’ve largely been replaced by kiosks that dispense testing kits for both COVID-19 and influenza.

A map of kiosk locations can be found at

Free test kits are also available statewide at county health departments.

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