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Community COVID-19 Testing

Community COVID-19 Testing


**If you are Clemson University faculty, staff or student, please visit.    This site will provide Clemson University faculty, staff and students COVID-19 testing registration and testing site information.

Instructions for the Clemson Community COVID-19 Testing:

1) Prior to arriving at the community-testing site, you must register and obtain a COVID-19 testing QR code.  To do this, click on the blue "Click Here to Register" button below. Once you've registered and obtained your testing QR Code, you are ready to be tested.  

When you arrive at the testing site, you will be required to present the QR Code you obtained from registration.  Please have your QR Code ready on your phone or printed for scanning prior to arriving to the test site.

Note: The QR code you obtain from your initial COVID-19 testing registration may be used as many times in the future as needed without re-registering.

**Testing location is at Nettles Park, 102 Nettles Park Road, Pendleton, SC 29670, Monday thru Friday (Excluding Holidays), 7am thru 11am.  Signage will be posted for parking during testing times.

Click Here to Register to be Tested

2) Make sure you have had nothing to eat or drink 30 minutes prior to testing.

3) This COVID-19 test type is Saliva PCR (not rapid antigen). The cost for this test is free.  You should receive your test results via text and email within 24 to 30 hours of your test.

4)  Please do not knock on the doors of the Parks and Recreation office.  All city buildings are closed to the public and city personnel are not trained to answer community COVID-19 testing questions.  Also, coming in contact with city personnell could potentially expose them to the virus.

If you have questions regarding the community COVID-19 testing while you are onsite during testing hours, please address the individuals from Rymedi located in the testing tents at the testing site.  

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