Drive-Thru Test Results Show 6.5 Percent Positive COVID-19 Cases

So far 38 out of 587 have come back positive

Andrew Limberg
March 25, 2020 - 5:01 pm
Coronavirus testing at Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium parking lot

Joe DeStio/ KDKA Radio


PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - The initial results of the drive-thru testing being conducted by the Central Outreach Wellness Center has been released.

Out of the 587 tests that have been done since March 16 on the North Shore, Aliquippa and the Pittsburgh Zoo parking lot through 3:15 p.m. Wednesday, there are a total of 38 cases or 6.5 percent.

394 test results are still pending to equal 981 total tests so far.

In Allegheny, one person has been confirmed in Carnegie, Crescent, Imperial and Wexford, Two in Sewickley and 20 in Pittsburgh.

See the results for other areas below:

Central Outreach says the data will be updated daily

Testing at the Zoo continues weekdays from 11 a.m. through 4 p.m. and the number of tests distributed depends on the shipment size they receive.

You also do not need a referral or prescription. 

 The testing is offered by the Central Outreach Wellness Center.

Anyone would like to get tested should bring a photo ID and your insurance card. 

No one will be turned away who does not have insurance.

However, they advise you should only be tested if you are showing symptoms, otherwise, stay home. 

Testing is scheduled daily or until tests run out.

Central Outreach will also be doing testing at its Aliquippa location at 2360 Hospital Drive, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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