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GCPH increasing testing, changing test site
green county public health

MONROE — Beginning Feb. 10, Green County Public Health is adding an additional day of COVID-19 testing and changing its testing site location to the School District of Monroe Bauer Education Center (1220 16th Ave, Monroe, Wisconsin, 53566). 

Testing will be available on Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Mondays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the new location. The last day of testing at the shed across from Pleasant View Nursing Home on the Pleasant View Complex was Monday, Feb. 7.

The new testing site will be set-up as a walk-up testing site. Individuals will need to drive to the site and come into the building. Parking is available outside the building, and across the street. Testing will be located on the lower level of the building. Masks and social distancing are required to enter the testing site. 

There is no appointment needed to get tested, but individuals should register for their test ahead of time at After registering, a QR code (similar to a bar code) will be emailed that will be needed to get tested — either on their smart phone or printed. People who do not have access to internet or a computer can register on-site. Registering ahead of time makes the testing process easier for staff and community members.  

Testing is open to anyone 12 months of age and older. Children 12 months to 17-years-old will need a parent or guardian with them to get tested.  

Additional options for COVID-19 testing can be found on the Wisconsin Department of Health Services website, COVID-19 testing webpage:


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