Minnesotans who want or need to be tested for COVID-19 can do so for free at National Guard Armory locations in Duluth, Moorhead, Faribault, Saint James, Minneapolis and on Saint Paul’s East Side. Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm says Guard members have the capacity to collect roughly two thousand samples per day across the six sites:

“So we’re hoping that Minnesotans will take advantage of the ability to go to one of these Guard Armory locations for free testing.”

Testing sites are open until today (Monday) from 10 a-m to 5 p-m, or until supplies are exhausted.