Several urgent care facilities are now offering drive-through testing centers for the novel coronavirus, allowing patients to stay in their vehicle without potentially exposing anyone to COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.

Dr. Seeta Arjun, CEO of InFocus Urgent Care, told The Trentonian on Tuesday that more than 100 people had been tested at their testing locations in East Windsor and Ewing.

Some locations require a pre-registration before a test will be administered so it's best to first contact the location that you plan to visit.

People should get tested are those presenting symptoms of fever, dry cough and heavy breathing; healthcare workers who may have been exposed to an infected person; and people who may have come in contact with a known infected person.


  • Paramus: Bergen Community College. A date has not yet been announced for the FEMA-run facility to open.




  • Holmdel: PNC Bank Arts Center on the Garden State Parkway. A date has not yet been announced for the FEMA-run facility to open
  • Marlboro: Immediate Care at the Marlboro Medical Arts Building on Route 520.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNJ

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