Dan Suffoletto, public information supervisor at Public Health, previously said the agency is having giveaways throughout the area, but is also working to get areas where people may not have access to masks.
“We are going to various locations but we’re trying to get into areas where we think people may have transportation challenges or other challenges that may prohibit them from going and getting a mask,” he said. “We’re trying to spread it out as much as possible but also being mindful about those at-risk areas.”
The next giveaway is scheduled for Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Walmart on Brandt Pike in Huber Heights.
The agency is also having free pop-up, drive-thru coronavirus testing Tuesday at Kettering Fields, 444 N. Bend Drive in Dayton.
Free testing will be available from noon to 6 p.m. No appointment or doctor’s note is needed to be tested.
For more information about mask giveaways or coronavirus testing, visit Public Health’s website at https://www.phdmc.org/.