The number of drive-thru lanes will be cut in half as Denver transitions to community-based testing sites, according to the city’s health department.
DENVER — The Pepsi Center testing site is scaling back as the City of Denver moves its focus to more community-based COVID-19 testing.
On Sunday, the site will reduce its drive-through lanes from eight to four, according to the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE).
As a result, those going to get tested should expect longer wait times and should register ahead of time for a test. Registration times are available through Sept. 30.
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After that, the city will start closing the Pepsi Center site and expand its community-based testing. For example, on Saturdays in October, community testing events are scheduled at a different location each week.
The testing site at the Pepsi Center opened on