Cooper University Health Care Closes COVID-19 Testing Site in Cherry Hill With a Celebration and Tribute to Health Care Workers

As COVID-19 cases continue to decline,  Cooper University Health Care closed its COVID-19 testing site on the campus of Camden County College in Cherry Hill with a celebration and tribute honoring the dedicated health care workers who have worked tirelessly for 16 months to provide testing services to the community.

When the first wave of COVID-19 began impacting South Jersey in March 2020, Cooper quickly responded by establishing numerous community-based testing sites in the region. Since testing services began, Cooper has provided COVID-19 testing to 112,357 community residents (as of July 5, 2021) at its various sites including more than 3,000 patients and staff at long-term care facilities throughout South Jersey.  While demand has significantly decreased, COVID-19 testing is still available at Cooper’s three Urgent Care Centers in Audubon, Cinnaminson, and Cherry Hill, and at a drive-through/walkup site located in the CCIA Garage adjacent to Cooper University Hospital in Camden.

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