Door and Kewaunee county governments are partnering with the Wisconsin National Guard to offer free COVID-19 testing for the community Tuesday through Thursday (June 2-4).

A testing site is scheduled to be open 11 a.m.-7 p.m. daily at the Door County Sheriff’s Office, 1201 S. Duluth Ave. (County Road S), Sturgeon Bay.

No registration is needed, but everyone is asked to report on the following pre-assigned days:

Tuesday, June 2: Testing for healthcare workers, public safety workers and select pre-assigned businesses ONLY

Wednesday, June 3: Testing for general public (age 5 and up)

Thursday, June 4: Testing for general public (age 5 and up)

For the general public getting tested they must be experiencing at least a mild case of one of the following COVID-19 symptoms and be at least 5 years old: cough, fatigue, a sudden loss of taste/smell, shortness of breath, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, fever, muscle pain, nausea or vomiting, chills, headache, or diarrhea.

This is a drive-through testing site, and anyone getting tested must stay in their vehicle. A nasal swab will be used to collect a sample by a uniformed member of the Wisconsin National Guard. Translation services will be available for those who do not speak English. Testing will be done on a first-come, first-served basis and will not be operating outside of the scheduled times.