Custer Health Conducting Drive-Through COVID-19 Testing Event at Dacotah Speedway On August 19

Custer Health is conducting a drive-through COVID-19 testing event on August 19 at Dacotah Speedway. The event will run from 1-3 p.m. or until testing supplies are exhausted. The testing event is open to all ages, and is first-come, first-served.  

Pre-registration for this event is available at https://testreg.nd.gov/. This process is not required to be completed in order to receive a test, but is recommended to speed up your overall testing event experience. Please complete the entire questionnaire. Pre-registration does not guarantee test availability. Testing events are subject to change.

Individuals wanting to be tested will need to approach Dacotah Speedway from the southeast on Longspur Trail. Longspur Trail is accessible by Redwing Drive and 32nd Ave SE, both off Memorial Highway in Mandan. After being tested, individuals will exit onto 24th Ave SE and travel north, away from the testing event.

There is no fee associated with the collection of samples and subsequent COVID-19 tests and an individual’s health insurance is not processed. Response times for receiving test results may vary, depending on the capacity of the testing lab. Custer Health will be reporting positive results within 24-72 hours, while negative results may take as long as five to seven days. 

For ongoing response efforts to the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Dakota Department of Health has established a COVID-19 Hotline to help answer your questions. You may call 1-866-207-2880, Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., with questions. Please note that individuals needing specific medical advice should contact their healthcare provider.

For event inquiries, as well as questions about other health programs and issues, please call Custer Health at 701-667-3370, or you can connect online with us at www.custerhealth.com or through Facebook at www.facebook.com/custerhealth. For more info about COVID-19, visit the ND Department of Health website, NDResponse.gov, or CDC website.