The mayor said that due to the lack of tests in health centers and the uninstallation of kiosks by the Mexico City government, this program was relaunched, which had already operated in January of this year when the country was going through the fourth wave of infections
“This is proof of the great need that the residents have to carry out tests in Álvaro Obregón, which is not being attended to by the government of Mexico City,” he assured.
The modules work 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday on the following points:
● Hall of Multiple Uses of the mayor’s office in Calle 10 without number of the Tolteca neighborhood.
● Japan Park in Calzada Las Águilas corner with Rómulo O’Farrill.
● Parque Barragán in Avenida de Las Fuentes, Jardines del Pedregal, Superama parking lot.
● Guadalupe Inn on Manuel M. Ponce Street, Valverde roundabout.
● Avenida Santa Lucía #281 in the Colinas del Sur neighborhood, 10 meters from PILARES de Santa Lucía.
● Colonia Tlacopac in Calle Corregidora corner with Tlacopac.
● Mercado San Ángel on Avenida Revolución without number, premises 32 and 32 and in
● Santa Rosa Xochiac Centennial Street.
According to personnel from the Álvaro Obregón mayor’s office, the tests for the detection of Covid-19 in these modules are carried out by the Previta laboratory by 250 pesosthis laboratory offers the same test in its facilities at 899 pesos.