As the City continues to expand antibody testing for New Yorkers, Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that free antibody testing is now available at NYC Health + Hospitals Gotham Community Health Centers across the city. Through a partnership with BioReference labs, the City will also conduct its second antibody survey at community testing sites in the five boroughs. Tests will be available by appointment through Friday, July 24, 2020, expanding on the 47,000 New Yorkers who were tested in round 1.
“So many New Yorkers are wondering whether they’ve had the virus, or if they’ve exposed their own families,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio “While antibody tests are not a fix-all solution, they will give our communities the knowledge they need to help us safely reopen our city.”
Antibody testing will be offered on an appointment-only basis from Monday, June 29 to Friday, July 24, 2020. Tests are free for all City residents over the age of 18, and available at the below sites Monday – Friday from 12:00 p.m. – 08:00 p.m. or Saturday through Sunday, 08:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
- Brooklyn P.S. 12;
- 430 Howard Avenue.
- Queens High School of Teaching;
- 74-20 Commonwealth Boulevard.
- Gregorio Luperon High School for Science and Mathematics;
- 501 W. 165th Street.
- James Monroe HS Campus Annex;
- 1551 E. 172nd Street.
- Former St. John Villa High School;
- 57 Cleveland Place.
Free, walk-in antibody testing is now available at H+H Gotham Community Health Centers across the city. Additional information, including hours of operation, can be found here.
- Cumberland,100 North Portland Avenue;
- Ida G. Israel, 2925 W 19th Street;
- Jonathan Williams Houses, 333 Roebling Street;
- East New York, 2094 Pitkin Avenue.
- Woodside, 50-53 Newtown Road
- Gouverneur, 227 Madison Street;
- Dyckman, 175 Nagle Avenue;
- Sydenham, 264 W 118 Street.
- Belvis, 545 East 142nd Street;
- Morrisania, 1225 Gerard Avenue.
- 165 Vanderbilt Avenue