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COVID-19 TESTING IS OPEN IN DUNWOODY

Tests are available at Piedmont Urgent Care by WellStreet  (404 996 0197). 
A virtual screening is required.
Drive-through test sites have popped up at Kingswood UMC
and other community locations.
Do not show up at a testing site without an appointment.
To obtain a referral for COVID-19 testing in DeKalb County, call the DeKalb Health District at 404-294-3700, Option 1.

More COVID-19 info from the Georgia Department of Health

Government Update Sites

City of Dunwoody

DeKalb County

State of Georgia


Community Contributions

Restaurants Open for Delivery/Curbside service during coronavirus emergency
Courtesy of The AHA Connection


"Everything Will Be OK" signs(Updated with the location authorized by the original artist.)

Project Dunwoody Food Delivery (via NextDoor)
--printable flyer w/ info


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