INDIANAPOLIS — Eli Lilly is expanding its drive-through coronavirus testing.
Initially, Lilly only offered drive-through testing to health care workers and first responders.
Beginning Wednesday, it will also offer drive-through testing to the following groups:
- Workers in essential businesses who have regular contact with the public as part of their job.
- People 65 and over who are showing symptoms of coronavirus or those under 65 with symptoms who have a serious underlying illness and those with uncontrolled medical issues.
The drive-through testing site remains closed to the general public.
To receive a test, you must have an appointment and a physician’s written order. There is no charge for the testing.
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