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FRAMINGHAM – The Commonwealth of Massachusetts re-opens its free COVID-testing site, operated by Project Beacon, today, August 12, at the Father Maschi Parish Center, behind St. Tarcisius Church on Route 135 in Framingham

The state’s Stop the Spread drive-thru testing site in a Framingham State University parking lot on Maple Street closed on Monday.

The Father Maschi site is only open weekdays and not weekends.

Testing is by appointment only.

Make an appointment here:

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The free testing is indoors. There is no drive-thru.

The site is open to all Massachusetts residents over the age of 12 months old; symptomatic and asymptomatic

Limited parking is available at 562 Waverly Street.

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

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