Testing event scheduled for campus and community on September 15
A free COVID-19 testing event will be held at Mayville State University Tuesday, Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. until noon. The tests are being offered free of charge. This event is open to all Mayville State students and employees and all members of the community.
Walk-up, bike-up, and drive-through testing options will be offered in the football/baseball parking lot located just east of the MSU Wellness Center. Cars will enter at the north entrance and exit from the south entrance. In the event of inclement weather, the testing event will be moved to the Wellness Center gymnasium.
- Those who wish to participate should pre-register at testreg.nd.gov. Pre-registering will save time when you arrive at the testing site. Students: When pre-registering, it is important that you enter your North Dakota address, as well as your current cell phone number so that the results of the test can get to you without confusion.
- The testing event will continue during the times listed as long as testing kits are available. If tests run out, the event will be closed for the day.
This event is being coordinated with the Traill District Health Unit, the North Dakota Department of Health, and the North Dakota Army National Guard.
All Mayville State faculty, staff, and students are strongly encouraged to test. One of the best ways to slow or stop the spread of the coronavirus is through testing. We should all do our part!
Free COVID-19 testing in Hillsboro Sept. 4, 11, 18
A Traill County COVID-19 testing site has been set up in Hillsboro at the Traill County Courthouse. Set up is similar to the mass testing that has been done locally. There is no charge for testing.
- Dates: Sept. 4, Sept. 11, Sept. 18
- Time: 9-11:30 a.m.
- Kind of test: Currently the testing kit supply is oral swabs.
- You must make an appointment. Call 701-636-4434.
- This is for those who are asymptomatic. (not having symptoms). This helps the local clinics as they are trying to test only those who are with symptoms.
- Remember, you cannot test out of isolation.
You've been tested for COVID-19, now what?
Testing for COVID-19 helps to flatten the curve, slow the spread of COVID-19 in North Dakota and help us better understand the distribution of the virus. Click here to review a document that provides post-testing information.