Curative COVID-19 kiosks in Jackson will be used for contact tracing and surveillance tests

JACKSON, Wyo. — Teton County Health Department has partnered with the Wyoming Department of Health and Curative to bring two COVID-19 testing kiosks to Teton County, WY.

These kiosks will be used to assist Teton County Health Department in their contact tracing efforts for COVID-19 along with providing surveillance testing for local businesses. The testing kiosks will be located at Teton Village and in the Town of Jackson. Curative’s observed and directed, self-collected oral fluid PCR COVID-19 test is painless and delivers results within 24-48 hours.

Testing is available walk-up or by appointment. Time slots do fill up and do not guarantee a specific time you will be tested, rather a 30-minute window. To sign-up for a testing time slot visit the Curative website.

Teton County will be able to double its testing capacity on the Curative platform through this effort. Individuals with COVID-19 symptoms, those who may have been close contacts of COVID-19 cases, and employees of local businesses will be able to take advantage of this enhanced testing program. The Teton County Health Department will make available information on how to register for an appointment at one of the new testing kiosks.

“We are very excited to have the support from the Wyoming Department of Health to continue to expand COVID-19 testing for Teton County residents and workers,” The Director of Health for Teton County, Jodie Pond, MPH said. “These new testing sites will allow us to test up to 1,200 people each week and we hope that the kiosk in the Town of Jackson will be open the second week of December.”

For businesses that are interested in signing up for Teton County’s surveillance testing please go to, http://www.tetoncountywy.gov/2212/Testing for more information on the two surveillance testing options available.

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