BOWIE, Md. (WJZ) — Beginning this week, state-operated testing sites at Six Flags America and other locations across Maryland will adjust its opening times for summer-friendly hours.
The Six Flags site will be open on Wednesday, June 10 and Friday, June 12 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. each day, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday morning.
No appointment or doctor’s order is required to get a test at the Six Flags America site.
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People who are tested will be contacted within two to five days of their results.
“As we move into Phase Two of our Roadmap to Recovery, summer-friendly testing hours will provide greater flexibility for Marylanders who are getting back to work,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “With the help of partners across the state, Maryland has become a national leader in testing. As we quickly approach the milestone of half a million tests, I am proud that our community-based testing program has continued to expand and can accommodate anyone who would like a test.”
The following testing sites will be open on an appointment-only basis this week. Many of these sites will also offer summer hours, which patients can review when scheduling an appointment.
- Belair VEIP (Harford)
- Carroll County Agricultural Center (Carroll)
- Clinton VEIP (Prince George’s)
- Columbia VEIP (Howard)
- Glen Burnie VEIP (Anne Arundel)
- Hagerstown VEIP (Washington)
- Owings Mills VEIP (Baltimore)
- Prince Frederick VEIP (Calvert)
- Prince George’s County Health Department, Cheverly Office (Prince George’s)
- Waldorf VEIP (Charles)
- White Oak VEIP (Montgomery)
There are more than 115 major testing sites statewide, officials say. You can visit coronavirus.maryland.gov to find a location that is most convenient for you.