San Francisco will open a new, high-volume testing site Wednesday located at Seventh and Brannan streets in the city’s SoMa neighborhood.
It will open starting Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will give out 500 tests per day, by appointment only, with results in 24-48 hours, the city said. There will be drive-thru and walk-up options.
The new site is part of the city’s effort to help control the spread of the virus, as the delta variant pushes the average number of cases in San Francisco to 230 per day.
The San Francisco mayor’s office tells NBC Bay Area the goal of the site is to meet the demand of folks wanting to get tested and help those in need of a test to return to work or school.
Source: NBC Bay Area