INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Citing “a robust community-led testing network,” Indiana State Department of Health on Thursday announced it will close OptumServe sites providing tests for COVID-19 on June 30.
OptumServe sites at their height were in 53 of Indiana’s 92 counties, ISDH says. Currently, 30 counties still have OptumServe sites.
COVID-19 testing is now available at local health departments, clinics, pharmacies and other health care providers, leading to a decreased need for the OptumServe sites, the state said in a news release. Free testing will remain at more than 250 sites after June 30.