Drive-Up COVID-19 Testing Sites In Everett Keeping Busy

January 5, 2022

Everett

6:45 PM Update: During her comments at the City Council meeting tonight, Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin says the planning and public works departments are working to move the site at 2606 Wetmore to a less disruptive location. That should happen in a few days.

While the bad weather brought a pause to drive-up COVID-19 testing sites around Everett, Washington all are again open with full appointment books and the one drive-up site that does not require appointments has traffic backed up for blocks in downtown Everett. Here is a look at the sites as of Wednesday morning.

First a drone video taken by Tim Ellis of the line stretching for blocks north on Wetmore from the testing location at 26th and Wetmore. (You can see more of his great videos of Everett here)

Everett Mall – in the old Sears Parking lot. Appointments are required. CovidClinic.org.

Appointments required at Everett Mall

This popup site is open weekdays.


 
Everett Clinic – 7600 Evergreen Way. Appointments are required.

Appointments are required.


 
COVID-19 Rapid Teating – 7024 Evergreen Way

People out the door at this rapid test site on Evergreen Way.


 
Snohomish Health District – Longfellow Building 3715 OakesAppointments are required.

Entrance off 37th street. Appointments required


 
Drive Up COVID-19 Testing – 2606 Wetmore – No appointment needed. Major traffic backups on Wetmore

No appointment needed

Traffic was backed up for six blocks on Wetmore

Watch out for vehicles going south in the northbound lanes of Wetmore.



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