BAYONNE BRIEFS

Olaf poses with one of the winners of the Snowman Building Contest. (SEE BRIEF)
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Olaf poses with one of the winners of the Snowman Building Contest. (SEE BRIEF)

A ‘Frozen’ reward

The Division of Recreation congratulated the five winners of the Snowman Building Contest with two large pizzas and a bottle of soda delivered by Olaf from the movie “Frozen.”

Garbage Zone clarifications

Two streets that intersect with 16th Street will be included in Zone 1 in the new garbage and recycling schedule: Country Village Court and Trembley Court. All of Prospect Ave. and Ave. F will be included in Zone 2.

Get tested for COVID-19

Bayonne Medical Center has reinstated its drive-thru testing program. Patients with a prescription and an appointment can be tested inside their vehicles at the Emergency Room Driveway entrance.

This testing takes place daily from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. by appointment.

A walk-in testing site is available at the Bayonne Community Museum at 229 Broadway. The site will be open from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 12, 13, 19, and 20.

The free testing is provided by Fusion Diagnostic Laboratories to all Bayonne residents, who will need an email address to register online and receive results. Pre-register at https://fusion.labsvc.net/patientportal/. Masks are required.

The RiteAid at 54th Street and Broadway offers free testing for all residents over 18 via drive-thru. Visit riteaid.com to register. Residents do not need to be symptomatic, nor do they need a prescription.

CityMD at 904 Bayonne Crossing Way offers COVID-19 tests for walk-ins only; call 551-497-5675 for more information.

Residents can get tested at Broadway Care Pharmacy at 516 Broadway, and Total Care Pharmacy at 596 Broadway. For more information, call 201-437-5100 for Broadway Care and 201-535-5080 for Total Care.

Testing is available by Dr. Ahab Gabriel at 449 Ave. C and Hudson DNA and Testing at 150 Pulaski St. Call 201-374-1103 for Dr. Gabriel and 201-994-6594 for Hudson DNA.

CityMD and BMC are conducting antibody testing. Call 2-1-1 for a list of testing sites throughout the state.