Free test kits available to Pittsford Town and Village Residents
Pittsford will distribute COVID-19 Rapid testing kits to Town and Village residents on Saturday, December 18 at the Mendon High School bus loop, 472 Mendon Road. Test kits will be distributed from 9:00 – 11:00am or until supplies run out. Monroe County has provided these test kits to the Town, for distribution to residents. Consistent with all other Monroe County towns, Pittsford will offer one test kit per household. Each kit contains two tests. Those wishing to pick up a test kit must show proof of Pittsford residency (street address physically located in Pittsford Town or Village). A driver’s license or utility bill showing the address will be required. The test kits will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
The County’s supply is limited, permitting it to make available to each town enough test kits for 50% of all households in the town.
“Thanks to Monroe County for providing these test kits,” said Pittsford Town Supervisor Bill Smith. “With so many people getting together for the holidays, the timing works out well. The test can let someone experiencing symptoms or who may have been exposed to make the right decisions. As ever, the Town is grateful to our Pittsford Central School District for making Mendon High School available as the distribution point.”
Monroe County is providing test kits to each town for distribution to its residents. For more information on COVID-19 testing, visit the Monroe County website at www.monroecounty.gov/health-covid-19-testing.