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City continues to support COVID-19 testing on Oʻahu this weekend

The City and County of Honolulu is pleased to announce it is supporting more COVID-19 testing at Waipiʻo Peninsula Soccer Complex and Kakaʻako Waterfront Park this weekend. Drive-thru testing for COVID-19 will be offered at both locations, but a new Antibody Testing will be offered as well.


Testing at Waipiʻo Peninsula Soccer Complex will be offered on Saturday, May 16, and at Kakaʻako Waterfront Park on Sunday, May 17, both by Premier Medical Group Hawaiʻi. Testing for both locations will be from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Testing for regular PCR (nose swab) will be conducted as it has been done previously. If one desires this testing, the attending doctor will determine who should be tested. Quarantine protocol for tested patients follows the State Department of Health recommendations. To view the guidelines, head here. Testing will be offered without charge for those without insurance.

Antibody Testing will be through actual blood draw. Licensed practitioners will be on site to conduct this test, and the samples are sent to local labs for analysis and reporting. The testing will be free if covered by the patient’s insurance, but a charge of $40 will be made to each patient without insurance by local labs who will bill the patients. Those only taking part in the Antibody Testing will not need to self-quarantine. The following categories of individuals are encouraged to be tested by Premier Medical Group Hawaiʻi:

  1. Previous COVID-19 positive individuals and their families and close contacts

  2. Healthcare Workers and First Responders

  3. Front line tourism industry workers with direct exposure to visitors

  4. Anyone with unexplained respiratory illness since January 2020 who were never tested for COVID-19

Antibody testing determines whether a patient had COVID-19 and now has antibodies against the virus; it is not used to determine whether someone currently has the disease. The test also does not tell you whether or not you may be susceptible to getting COVID again. Patients should discuss results with their healthcare provider to understand what the results mean for them.

Test participants should follow the posted signs to the test area. All who attend will first be screened and asked to provide personal information and contact numbers so results can be made known to them. For more information on the testing, contact Premier Medical Group Hawaiʻi at (808) 304-8816 or (808) 367-6020.

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