There will be no daily testing at Flagler County Fairgrounds’ Cattleman’s Hall, as it is being used as a vaccination site.
by Gretchen Smith
Communications Manager DOH
The Florida Department of Health in Flagler County (DOH-Flagler) has confirmed its weekday COVID-19 testing schedule for the second week of January.
There will be no daily testing at Flagler County Fairgrounds’ Cattleman’s Hall, which has become the health department’s primary site for COVID-19 vaccinations. However, since vaccines doses remain in short supply, vaccine appointments are not available at this time. Flagler County Emergency Management and the Florida Department of Health in Flagler County will notify the public and local media channels as this situation changes.
Drive through COVID-19 testing across from 120 Airport Road is offered 1:30-3 p.m. Monday through Thursday, Jan. 11-14. No appointments are necessary, and flu shots are available upon request.
Reminder, these are NOT rapid tests. Results are available in 2 to 3 days.
Testing also returns to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church Friday mornings beginning Jan. 15, from 9 to 10:30 a.m., at 4600 Belle Terre Parkway.
There are other locations in Flagler County that provide COVID-19 testing on weekends, including two Mediquick locations, CentraCare and CVS Pharmacies. Please confirm with each site in advance as most require appointments.
COVID-19 health-related questions should be directed to a healthcare provider or the Florida Health hotline at 866-779-6121. Additional information can be found at floridahealthcovid19.gov/.