Vaccination and Testing Services
Student & Employee Clinics
Most pharmacies have COVID-19 vaccinations available with an appointment. You may also utilize myturn.ca.gov to find a COVID-19 vaccination clinic near you. MyTurn allows you to see available times and locations, whether appointments are required and more.
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On-Campus COVID-19 Testing
Testing at MVC
MVC offers PCR tests (saliva) for results in one business day. Please do not eat or drink an hour before giving a sample; water is OK to 30 minutes before the test. Bring your insurance card if you have one.
COVID-19 testing is held in the Administration Annex Building for students and employees.
- Tuesdays from 11 am - 3 pm
Curative (make an appointment) also offers daily testing from 7:30 am - 3:30 pm in Parking Lot E for the community, students and employees. Results (shallow nasal PCR) are received within 1 - 2 days and must be manually uploaded to CLEARED4.
Free COVID-19 Test Kits for Students and Employees
The California Department of Public Health has provided RCCD with at-home Antigen tests for students and employees. The iHealth Rapid COVID-19 Antigen Self-Test is a self-administered nasal swab test to detect COVID-19 infection. This test does NOT replace the required COVID-19 PCR test for those testing weekly.
Test Kits for Students
Test Kits for Employees
To order your test kits as an employee, please contact Tony Ruiz in MVC's office of College Safety and Emergency Planning via email or call (951) 571-6943.
Community Vaccination and Testing Options
If you're unable to make the date or time of a vaccination clinic MVC, or want to explore options that may be closer to you, local vaccination and testing options are available to you. If you are required to test for campus access, a negative test result is required to be uploaded in CLEARED4.
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Public Health Resources
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- CDC Travel Health Notices
- CDC Key Prevention Strategies
- County of Riverside University Health System Public Health
- California Department of Public Health
- World Health Organization (WHO)
Send questions by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (951) 222-8662.