If you are student of Montana State University and are feeling unwell, they have you covered.

Montana State University announced that they have opened easy to use testing site offering free COVID-19 tests for students with symptoms.


The new site opened today and is located next to Bobcat Stadium and can be accessed off of South 7th Avenue.

One of the best things is that you can either walk up or drive thru and get tested for COVID-19. Plus, you also don't need an appointment or a referral to get tested as well.

This new testing site is an addition to the already going testing site up on Montana State University in the Swingle Health Center on campus.

President Cruzado when on to say,

The safety and health of our students are our top priority. This easy to use, drive through and walk up collection site gives us another advantage as we work together as a Bobcat community of helping not spread the virus.

To be honest, this is a great idea and huge win for Montana State University. Montana State University is the largest college in Montana and setting up a easy to use site for students to get tested quickly and efficiently is genius. This will definitely help stop the spread of COVID-19 not only up on Montana State University but also in the Gallatin Valley community.

So if you are a student and you are feeling unwell and have some syptoms of COVID-19, you might want to check out this free, easy to use site to get tested.

For more details, check out Montana State University.

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