WARSAW — Bowen Center has announced a decrease in hours to its free COVID-19 drive-through testing site.
Hours are now 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday-Friday. The site has temporarily moved to Central Park in Warsaw. The reduced hours are a positive reflection of the decrease in COVID-19 cases in the county and an increase in vaccinations.
Testing hours will remain 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday-Friday when the location returns to the Kosciusko County Fairgrounds on Thursday, July 22, and Bowen Center will continue to be responsive to the need and increase or decrease hours accordingly.
English/Spanish language technicians are available to administer the tests, which are available to anyone age 2 and older. People do not need a doctor’s referral or insurance or to be a resident of Kosciusko County. For more information, call (574) 372-3517 or (574) 372-2353.
The site is operated by Bowen Center and Bowen Health Clinic on behalf of the Indiana Department of Health and the Kosciusko County Health Department, with assistance from the Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition, Ivy Tech Community College – Warsaw, Kosciusko Community Hospital, WJ Carey Construction, the Kosciusko County Fair Board, Wildman Business Group and DM Trump Construction LLC.
A free registration assistance hotline is also available to assist those who do not have access to a computer or Internet access, or are uncomfortable with or unable to use a computer. The hotline number is (574) 347-4256. If the call volume is high, callers may be requested to leave contact information for the operators to return their call.
The service is provided by Bowen Center and Bowen Health Clinic on behalf of the Kosciusko County Health Department with support from the City of Warsaw and the K21 Health Foundation.