PARK CITY, Utah — The Christian Center of Park City (CCPC) has teamed up with the Utah Dept. of Health and Human Services to provide Park City residents and visitors with free, FDA-approved, at-home COVID tests.
Five hundred are on hand currently, and shelves will be replenished consistently.
“These are for every person who wants a test to be in their home whether they need it now or not, or also if indeed they are currently in need of a test,” CCPC Food Pantry Manager Jaime Mira said.
No registration into the CCPC Food Pantry system is necessary; walk-ins are encouraged to get as many tests as their household would like. The CCPC has a Mobile Food Pantry which serves the greater Summit County area and will have these test boxes available at the following upcoming mobile food pantry dates and locations:
- June 15, Ironhorse Apts.
- June 22, Todd Hollow Apts.
- June 29, Aspen Villa Apts.
- June 13, Elk Meadows Apts.
- July 20, Coalville
- July 27, Kamas
The hours of operation of the CCPC Food Pantry are Mondays – Saturdays 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.