Maui Coronavirus Updates

Antibody Blood Testing Available Thursday in South Maui and Friday at Keōpūolani Park

May 20, 2020, 8:21 PM HST
* Updated May 21, 5:50 AM
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Background image: The new South Maui Gymnasium. PC: Chris Sugidono / County of Maui.

Drive-through COVID-19 antibody blood testing and diagnostic nasal swab testing will take place: Thursday, May 21 at the South Maui Community Park Gym; and Friday, May 22, at Keōpūolani Regional Park in Central Maui.

Testing on both days will be open to the general public from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Access to the Keōpūolani Park site will ONLY be allowed through a right turn off Wahinepio Avenue. Left turns coming from the Kaʻahumanu Avenue direction will NOT be permitted.

Two types of testing will be available:

  • Antibody Blood testing: The cost for antibody blood testing is about $45 and is NOT covered by insurance.
  • Diagnostic Nasal Swab testing: (covered by most insurances)

Premier Medical Group is providing the testing. Participants will be screened on-site in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance.

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“Antibody blood testing is a key addition to Maui County’s continued fight against COVID-19,” Mayor Victorino said. “Remember, if you’re unable to attend this week’s drive-through events, there are many local clinics that provide antibody and diagnostic testing.”

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Individuals will be screened on-site. All participants are asked to:

  • Remain in their vehicles
  • Bring a valid ID
  • Be prepared to fill out informational sheets
  • Bring an insurance card, if possible

Note: Both parks will be closed to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for regular park users.

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