State-partnered community testing sites to delay opening or to close Tuesday due to Winter Weather Advisory

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REMOTE, Nov. 23: Eleven state-managed and partnered community testing sites will be closed or postponed on Tuesday, Nov. 24, due to Winter Weather Advisory. 

These sites will be closed: 

  • Our Lady of the Pines Catholic Church - 9444 Eagle Cliff Rd, Conifer, CO 80433

  • Jefferson County Fairgrounds - 15200 W 6th Ave Frontage Rd, Golden, CO 80401


The following sites are postponing their opening to 10 a.m. COVIDCheck Colorado will send individual messages and links to anyone with appointments before 10 a.m. at any of these sites to assist them in rescheduling their appointments.:

  • All City Stadium - 1495 S. Race Street, Denver, CO, USA

  • Aurora Public Schools Professional Learning Center - 15771 E. 1st Ave, Aurora, CO 80011 

  • Cherry Creek High School - 4700 S. Yosemite Street, Greenwood Village, CO 80111

  • Colorado School of Mines - 1922 Jones Road Golden, CO 80401

  • Echo Park - 11901 Newlin Gulch Blvd. Parker, CO 80134

  • Instructional Sport Facility - 5416 S. Riviera Way Aurora, CO 80015

  • Mountain Range High School - 12500 Huron Street Westminster, CO 80234

  • North High School - 3125 Eliot Street Denver, CO 80211

  • St. Vrain Valley Schools Innovation Center - 33 Quail Road Longmont, CO 80504


Other state-managed and partnered sites are still planning to operate as scheduled. We are committed to continue providing communities the resources required to slow the spread. If the weather becomes a safety issue and is too dangerous for operations to continue, we will release additional site closings. 

Some local public health agencies may choose to make alternative arrangements. Please check with your local public health department for available options. 

There are more than 50 free community testing sites across the state. The state’s website has a list of locations. Some private providers may be open on Tuesday. 

State officials advise that anyone who may have been exposed to the virus gets tested 7 days after exposure and quarantine for a full 14 days, even if they get a negative test result. Coloradans with symptoms should isolate and get tested as soon as possible. Please review the instructions on quarantine and isolation. If you are having severe or life-threatening symptoms, please contact 911. 

Continue to stay up to date by visiting covid19.colorado.gov.

 

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