UPDATE (8/24/20): TestMV is pleased to announce expanded testing services to include children from five through 17 years old. The asymptomatic COVID-19 PCR testing site at the Martha’s Vineyard High School is now open for testing of teenagers and children beginning today.

In addition, beginning on Labor Day, TestMV will reduce its schedule to three days weekly—Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The site will be closed on Labor Day. The hours will remain the same: 9AM-12PM and 1PM-3:30PM. TestMV has tested over 13,000 Islanders and visitors since it opened in early June with 26 positives as of 9/14/20; with almost 18,000 total tests on Island (includes hospital and Aquinnah) having resulted in 71 positives overall.

NEW! Online registration for testing http://health.questdiagnostics.com/IHC

UPDATED FLYER & NUMBER to call for test scheduling: 877-336-9855. To help ensure a safe, fun summer, there will be a Covid-19 drive-through testing site provided by Island Health Care, in collaboration with the Island’s Boards of Health, Quest Diagnostics and MV Savings Bank. WHERE: Martha’s Vineyard Regional HS, parking lot. WHEN: Began Thursday May 28th, 2020 – through Labor Day. See link for details: MV Covid Testing one-pager English + Portuguese (1)

For updated testing counts/information on island: https://www.ihimv.org/covid-19/

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https://www.fallriverdiocese.org/statement-of-bishop-da-cunha-suspending-celebration-of-masses/

http://www.fallriverdiocese.org/bishop-issues-dispensation-from-obligation-to-attend-sunday-mass/

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