NewsLocal News / March 23, 2020

Lilly Provides Drive-Through COVID-19 Testing For Indianapolis Health Care Workers

Lilly Provides Drive-Through COVID-19 Testing For Indianapolis Health Care Workers

Eli Lilly & Co. headquarters in Indianapolis.

FILE PHOTO: Lauren Chapman/IPB News

Eli Lilly is now offering drive-through testing for the virus that causes COVID-19 for Indianapolis health care workers. 

The health care workers wanting to be tested must have a physician’s order requesting testing for COVID-19. There will be no charge.

"Lilly is committed to doing what we can to help fight COVID-19 in our community. By offering testing to our active health care workers, we hope to protect both them and the patients they serve," said Daniel Skovronsky, Lilly's Chief Scientific Officer and President of Lilly Research Labs. 

The group eligible for testing includes physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and allied health care professionals.

COVID-19 drive-through testing at Lilly is not available to the general public.

More information on requirements for testing and registration instructions are available at info.lillycovid19testing.com/

At WFYI, our goal is to cover stories that matter to you. Our reporting is rooted in facts. It considers all perspectives and is available to everyone. We don't have paywalls, but we do need support. So if unbiased, trusted journalism is important to you, please join us. Donate now.

 

 

Related News

Hundreds March Through Bloomington Demanding Justice For Vauhxx Booker
AquaBounty One Step Closer To Selling GMO Salmon; Fish To Be Harvested Later This Year
Indiana Expands Next Level Jobs Program To Help Workforce Recover From COVID-19