COVID-19 Testing Site Near Disney's Animal Kingdom Now Featuring Dedicated Lane for Individuals

To help provide additional access to COVID-19 testing facilities in the community surrounding the Walt Disney World Resort, the Florida Division of Emergency Management will continue to operate a temporary testing site outside the Maingate office complex at 3010 Maingate Lane in Osceola County with the following changes:
  • The testing site now features a dedicated lane for individuals to help expedite the testing process for those not traveling in a larger group.
  • Appointments and/or reservations are not required to receive a test. However, those wishing to be tested will need to create an account at patientportal.com. This may be done prior to arrival for a quicker check-in process.
  • The testing site now can be accessed from Sherberth Road AND Maingate Lane.

As a reminder, this facility is a walk-up site – open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. – providing COVID-19 testing services for Florida residents, Cast Members, employees, and visitors. Testing at this site is free and available to anyone, with or without symptoms. Test results are confidential, and those wishing to be tested will park in the designated area and walk up to the testing site located in the Maingate complex parking lot.


Accessing the Maingate testing location:
The address for the Maingate testing location is 3010 Maingate Lane Kissimmee, FL 34747. Anyone interested in receiving a test may access the testing facility from US-192 onto Maingate Lane or Sherberth Road and park in the designated areas before walking to the testing area.
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