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Woodland's Norton Hall Healthy Yolo Together testing site will adjust its schedule this Sunday, January 16 to offer weekend testing. The site will be open on Martin Luther King Jr. Day this Monday, January 17.
Norton Hall Healthy Yolo Together Testing Site Hours (Beginning Jan. 16)
To make a testing appointment, click here. To learn more about the City of Woodland's support for the Norton Hall testing site, click here. To learn more about other testing resources in Yolo County, click here. To share a Facebook post about testing options here in Woodland, click here.
Full press release below.
Beginning Sunday, Jan. 16, Healthy Yolo Together will implement a new COVID-19 community testing schedule with adjustments to the program ensuring continued access to free, easy and painless saliva-based PCR tests for residents of Yolo County seven days a week.
The program and schedule changes reflect collective strategic decisions made in collaboration with the cities of Davis, West Sacramento and Woodland as well as the Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency to effectively allocate staff and resources and serve the needs of the community.
Beginning Jan. 16, the program and schedule will be as follows:
“We are incredibly grateful to the community for their commitment to following public health guidance and diligently testing,” said Dr. Sheri Belafsky, medical director for Healthy Davis Together and director of the Medical Surveillance Program for UC Davis Health. “We are also experiencing the effects of Omicron and are making adjustments as needed to our staffing and testing schedules to continue to meet the community’s needs. We appreciate the community’s patience and the kind words many people have shared with us as they wait in line.”
With a surge of Omicron cases in Yolo County, it’s important for everyone to follow County guidance. Wear a face mask that fits well over the mouth and nose when around others and take steps to mitigate risk of exposure. Get tested:
For the most up-to-date guidelines for isolation and quarantine, please visit California Department of Public Health (CDPH).
Healthy Yolo Together Testing Site Hours (Beginning Jan. 16):
HDT at Research Park (Davis)*
Sunday: 8:30–11:30 am
Monday–Thursday: 8 am–4:30 pm
Closed for lunch: 12:45 pm–1:30 pm
(Open on 1.17/ MLK Day)
Norton Hall (Woodland)*
Monday –Thursday: 8 am–4:30 pm
Closed for lunch: 12:45 pm–1:30 pm
(Open on 1.17/MLK Day)
Veterans Memorial Center (Davis)*
Tuesday–Friday: 8 am–4:30 pm
Saturday: 8:30 am–11:30 am
West Sacramento City Hall*
*All four city sites conduct saliva-based testing for people with or without symptoms and exposure to COVID-19.
UC Davis Activities and Recreation Center (The ARC)
Monday - Sunday 8 am–5 pm
Extended Hours Wednesday: 6 am–6 pm
Closed for lunch 12 pm–1 pm
Saliva-based testing for people without symptoms.
By appointment only
All sites have free parking, though capacity can be limited at times.
Visit HeathyYoloTogether.org/testing to schedule an appointment and check for testing location updates before your appointment or walk-in visit.
Free COVID-9 testing is also available through your healthcare provider, by signing up through OptumServe and by making an appointment online through local retail pharmacies, including CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid. For more information on COVID-19, available testing options and guidance on quarantine and isolation protocols from Yolo County officials, click here.
Press Contact: Media@HealthyDavisTogether.org
About Healthy Davis/Yolo Together
Healthy Davis Together (HDT) is a joint project between UC Davis and the City of Davis to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and facilitate a coordinated and gradual return to regular city activities and student life. In partnership with other communities in the county and the Yolo County Public Health Department, HDT has extended free COVID-19 testing to more locations across Yolo under its expanded identity as Healthy Yolo Together. Comments and questions are welcome at info@HealthyDavisTogether.org.