Three COVID-19 testing sites remain closed Wednesday, due to severe weather
BATON ROUGE - On Wednesday morning, severe weather swept through south Louisiana resulting in the closures of at least three COVID-19 testing facilities.
The MOHSEP Community Testing Site at Baton Rouge General Mid City will be closed Wednesday and will not reopen until its next scheduled day, which is Friday, May 1st.
Patients can still be tested at the MOHSEP Community Testing Site at Our Lady of the Lake North Campus. That site operates Monday through Friday, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
In addition to this closure at Baton Rouge General Mid City, the Ascension Parish testing site at Donaldsonville Primary School and St. James Parish testing site at Gramercy Elementary School will also be closed on Wednesday.
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