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Coronavirus testing site at Raymond James Stadium moving to nearby lot

The free coronavirus testing facility in Tampa is changing locations to a new parking lot across Dale Mabry Highway.
The Raymond James Stadium testing site will close at noon on Thursday, New Year’s Eve, and remain closed over the holiday weekend before reopening at a new location on Monday.
The Raymond James Stadium testing site will close at noon on Thursday, New Year’s Eve, and remain closed over the holiday weekend before reopening at a new location on Monday. [ DIRK SHADD | Times ]
Published Dec. 30, 2020

The free coronavirus testing site at Raymond James Stadium is moving to a different parking lot and will reopen on Jan. 4 at the new location, according to the Hillsborough County Emergency Operations Center.

The new testing site can be accessed at the stadium’s Parking Lot 12, which is between Tampa Bay Boulevard and Columbus Drive and west of Dale Mabry Highway. People can enter the lot from the north end, near the entrance to Hillsborough Community College on Tampa Bay Boulevard.

The Raymond James testing site will close at noon on Thursday, New Year’s Eve, and remain closed over the holiday weekend before reopening on Monday.

Drivers will be directed to exit south onto Columbus Drive. They cannot enter from Columbus Drive, according to a news release from Hillsborough County.

The site will operate from Tuesday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Though the testing facility will be closed over the holiday weekend, the coronavirus information hotline will remain open on New Year’s Day and through the weekend at 888-513-6321.

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