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Drive Through COVID-19 Testing in Central Maui and on Molokai, Thursday, April 16

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Drive Through Testing for COVID-19 in Central Maui on Thursday, April 16 

Drive through testing for COVID-19 will take place again on Thursday, April 16, at Keōpūolani Regional Park in Central Maui.

Testing is open to first responders and healthcare workers ONLY for the FIRST HOUR of the clinic, from 9 to 10 a.m.


Testing for the general public runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Testing will be provided at no-cost.

“We want to mahalo all the doctors, nurses and volunteers providing these tests to our community,” Mayor Michael Victorino said. “These tests are hugely valuable in our fight against COVID-19.”

Access to Keōpūolani Park will ONLY be allowed through a right turn off Wahinepio Avenue. Left turns coming from the Kaʻahumanu Avenue direction will NOT be permitted.


Individuals will be screened on-site. First responders and healthcare workers should present their work IDs for screening.

All participants are asked to:

  • Remain in their vehicles
  • Bring a valid ID
  • Be prepared to fill out informational sheets
  • Bring an insurance card if possible (however, there will be no charge, co-pays or deductible fees)

Drive-Through Testing for COVID-19 on Molokai on Thursday, April 16


The drive through testing for COVID-19 on Molokaʻi that was canceled earlier this week (on Tuesday, April 14) due to inclement weather, has been rescheduled to Thursday, April 16, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mitchell Pauʻole Community Center.

All traffic MUST enter Ailoa Street via Kamehameha V Highway, between Kaunakakai Baptist Church and Kaunakakai School.

The testing is a joint effort with Dr. Scott Miscovich of Premier Medical Group and the County of Maui. Test kits were also administered through drive through testing on Molokaʻi on April 7.

“Dr. Miscovich has continuously stepped up to provide more test kits for our Maui County community,” Mayor Victorino said. “I want to thank him and his staff for working with us to respond to the needs of our Molokai residents as quickly as possible, and for rescheduling the postponed testing.”

For questions and information, call Mayor Victorino’s Molokaʻi Liaison Stacy Crivello at (808) 868-6750.

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