Información sobre pruebas gratuitas de COVID-19

Daisy Garcia Montoya
Editorial Assistant


La ciudad de Kansas City, Missouri, está ofreciendo pruebas gratuitas de COVID-19 en diferentes sitios alrededor de la ciudad.


A partir de July 20, debe vivir en uno de estos códigos postales para hacer una cita: 64114, 64116, 64118, 64119, 64123, 64124, 64126, 64127, 64128, 64129, 64130, 64132, 64134, 64151, y 64157.


Para hacerse la prueba, es recomendable que haga una cita primero para asegurarse de que haya pruebas disponible. La citas se llenan rápido pero hay aproximadamente 50 pruebas disponibles para aquellos que no hacen cita.


A partir de Julio 27, pruebas sin cita estarán disponibles después de las 11:30 a.m. a los residentes de Kansas City, Missouri, Condado Clay o Condado Jackson.


El Centro de Llamadas para pruebas de COVID-19 abre a las 8:30, Lunes a Viernes.


• Para programar una cita, llame a 311.


• Citas deben de estar programadas no más tardar de las 5 p.m. del día antes de la cita.


• Deben de tener en cuenta que la programmation de su cita sera una semana o más después de el dia que llamo para programarla.


• Residentes no tienen que exhibir síntomas para hacerse una prueba.


• Deben de tener siete años o más para hacerse la prueba.
Expectativas


• Cuando llegue al sitio, usted permanecerá en su vehículo en todo momento durante su visita.


• Personal clínico le pidiera información demográfica y su identificación para verificar que sea residente de Kansas City, Missouri, Condado Jackson y Condado Clay.


• Su información se mantiene con el Departamento de Salud de Kansas City, Missouri solamente y no es compartida con ninguna otra agencia.


• Se les piden que lleven una licencia, pasaporte, visa, factura de servicios públicos, o cualquier documento que tenga su nombre y dirección para comprobar su elegibilidad para la prueba gratuita de COVID-19 cuando vaya para su prueba.


• Si usted no tiene una licencia/identificación o no se siente cómodo enseñado la, puede presentar cualquier otro método de identificación que tenga su nombre y dirección dentro de Condado Jackson o Condado Clay.


• No es necesario ser residente o ciudadano para recibir una prueba gratuita de COVID-19.


• En cada sitio de pruebas, formularios de registración y formularios de información del paciente en Espanol.


• Personal clínico usará un hisopo para tomar una muestra del interior de la nariz. Puede ser incómodo.


• Los resultados estarán disponibles en 5-7 días.


Para más información o actualizaciones, visite: https://www.kcmo.gov/city-hall/departments/health/coronavirus-covid-19-kcmo-information-and-response/covid-19-testing-locations.

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