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Appleton extends COVID-19 testing, moves sites

Test sites will be moved to the Fox Cities Exhibition Center
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Posted at 11:20 AM, Jan 08, 2021
and last updated 2021-01-08 12:20:28-05

APPLETON (NBC 26) — The City of Appleton announced in a press release that it will be able to continue testing for COVID-19 to March 10, because of an extension from the Wisconsin National Guard's testing program.

Starting on Monday, Jan. 2 testing for COVID-19 in Appleton will be conducted at the Fox Cities Exhibition Center (FCEC) at 355 W. Lawrence Street.


Because testing will occur indoors, appointments are required. Appointments can be made online at, or by calling (920)-832-6345.

Testing will be conducted from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the following dates:

January 11-13

January 19-20

January 25-27

February 1-3

February 8-10

February 16-17

February 22-24

March 1-3

March 8-10

The National Guard will not be testing on the following days due to observance of federal holidays:

January 18

February 15

The testing will take place in the plaza-level meeting rooms. Participants must enter the FCEC from the southernmost doors on the west side of the building. They will enter a check-in area, and then proceed to the testing room. From there, participants must exit the building via the northernmost doors on the west side of the building.

Temporary parking will be available in the courtyard of the FCEC by entering from Elm Street. Street parking will also be available on both north and southsides of Lawrence Street directly outside of the Police department, and the westside of Elm Street adjacent to the Police department parking ramp.