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Testing will be done in the church’s parking lot in a drive-thru style, similar to permanent testing sites across the metro Atlanta area. This minimizes contact between healthcare workers administering the tests and people who are potentially sick.
Appointments can be made online but are not necessary for testing; unlike many sites run by local health departments, the Sugar Hill Church testing event will also accept drive-ups. Results will be available within 24 hours and can be delivered via phone, email or physical mail.
Sugar Hill Church is located at 5091 Nelson Brogdon Boulevard in Sugar Hill.
Kemp did wear a mask as he toured the Gwinnett Public Health Department's testing site, but he said he would not join other states in making it mandatory for people to wear masks in public.