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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two-dozen Hy-Vee grocery stores in Minnesota will now provide free COVID-19 testing.READ MORE: Minneapolis Police Investigating Saturday Afternoon Shooting In South Minneapolis
The Iowa-based company announced Wednesday the tests, which are being coordinated by eTrueNorth, will be available at each location’s drive-thru pharmacy, with a testing capacity of 12 people per hour on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings.
Company officials say customers ages 3 and up do not need to be experiencing COVID symptoms to have a test — which is in the form of a self-administered kit — but they must sign up online before visiting. Tests take about five minutes, and kits are then sent to a lab to be processed. Customers can expect their results in three to five business days. Click here for more information.
Here are the 24 participating locations in Minnesota: