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




The City and County of Honolulu is pleased to announce it is supporting more COVID-19 testing. This weekend’s testing will be at Kalihi Valley District Park.

Testing at Kalihi Valley District Park will be offered on Saturday, May 30 by Kokua Kalihi Valley (KKV) from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Testing will be via “park and test,” and not drive-thru since walk-up testing will also be accommodated.

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.

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.

The public is reminded that parking lot at Kalihi Valley DP will be closed to the public until 2 p.m. to allow for breakdown of testing tents and clearing of cones and barriers.

For your information, on Friday, May 29, Transformation Health Network will conduct drive-through testing in the parking lot at Kalihi Union Church, 2214 North King Street from 12pm – 4pm. Entry will be from the driveway on Umi Street. Walk-up individuals are welcome also.

For more information on the testing, contact Kokua Kalihi Valley at 808-791-9410 or 808-791-9488. For information on the testing with Transformation Health Network, call 854-3566

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