On Monday, Mar. 23, 2020, the City of Hayward opened a testing facility so sick people, first responders, and health-care workers with recent suspected exposures to the novel coronavirus can be tested for infection. No referral from a medical doctor is required to be screened.
The COVID-19 Testing Center, at Hayward Fire Station #7, 28270 Huntwood Avenue., has been established to take pressure off hospital emergency rooms, provide quicker answers for recently exposed first-responders and health care workers, and to enhance the region’s capacity to suppress new transmissions through isolation after testing. The Center is outfitted to test up to 350 people a day. It is free to the public and open to anyone regardless of where they live or immigration status.
Please join Eko Coffee Bar and Tea House and the  Hayward Rotary Club in supporting our City's warriors by donating what you can to our City's Frontline Testing Heroes!  You can donate at our GoFundMe site:
Thank you Past President Sid for not only leading this initiative but also for keeping our City's Heroes fed!  If you have any questions, please contact Lucy Lopez @ (510) 219-7676.