Get Free HIV Testing This Week At The Kent County Health Department!
If you haven't been tested recently, the Kent County Health Department is offering you a chance to get tested for free this week!
The Kent County Health Department is offering free walk-in HIV testing this week as part of World AIDS Day, according to WOOD. You can get tested from now through Friday (Dec. 2) at the Kent County Health Department’s Main Clinic, at 700 Fuller NE in Grand Rapids. Testing will be conducted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The test is a finger poke test that takes about 20 minutes to show results. If you can't make it this week, you can call 616.632.7171 to schedule an appointment for a free test!
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