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FRAMINGHAM – The Commonwealth of Massachusetts plans to re-open the walk-up COVID testing site in downtown Framingham now that the state’s drive-thru site has closed on Maple Street.

The Maple Street drive-thru site’s last day was yesterday, August 9.

The City of Framingham was tasked to find a new site for the Commonwealth.

The new walk-through site will be located at St. Tarcisius’ Father Maschi Parish Center.

UPDATED: It opens on Thursday, August 12 by appointment only.

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Eligibility: Open to all Massachusetts residents over the age of 12 months old;
symptomatic and asymptomatic

Appointment: Testing is by appointment only (Monday-Friday). Make an appointment

Format: Indoor testing (no vehicle required) at the Father Maschi Parish Center,
pedestrian access only

Cost: FREE; no insurance required

Test Results: Results will be available within 1-3 (business) days after test administration

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.