Mobile coronavirus testing van coming to Phoenix

Posted at 11:37 AM, Aug 17, 2020

PHOENIX — The city of Phoenix is partnering with Vincere Cancer Care to bring a mobile COVID-19 testing van to underserved communities.

The van is offering viral and antibody tests. Vincere says they are one of the few medical facilities in the state to obtain testing kits that produce results within 15 minutes.

"It's a very, very simple, safe test to do and the benefit of doing it in these communities when you need the results right away, you'll be able to get them right away," Dr. Vershalee Shukla, co-founder of Vincere Cancer Care said.

The van will be driving around different locations across the Valley starting Tuesday.

Testing is available for everyone and it's free, but they would like you to make an appointment before showing up. For a full list of locations and times, click here.