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The Berty Boy Relapse Tour
The City National Grove of Anaheim has partnered with ETN Medical Infusion to provide our ticketed guests with the opportunity to receive COVID-19 rapid antigen testing with a $0 out-of-pocket cost, subject to the details and limitations below.
Tests provided are a front-of-nose, non-invasive swab that is quick, safe, comfortable and painless. Results are provided electronically within 15 minutes after a test through emails and/or text message.
Testing opens approximately 2 hours prior to event start times and closes approximately 1 hour after the event begins. ETN Medical Infusion’s mobile lab is located just outside the venue entrance.
PRE-REGISTER HERE to schedule a test for a streamlined experience.
Details: Uninsured guests should select “uninsured” on the questionnaire and attach a form of identification, and the cost of the test will be submitted through the federal HRSA Uninsured Program. We expect guests with health insurance coverage to not have out-of-pocket costs for the offered COVID-19 test. However, for insured guests, the out-of-pocket cost of the test will be determined by the guest’s health insurance provider, and we advise all guests to confirm coverage for the test in advance. Any cost of the test that is not covered by the HRSA Uninsured Program or a guest’s health insurance provider will remain the guest’s responsibility.
Guests without the above documents have the opportunity to pay $40.00 per test per person cash price.
Pursuant to guidance from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), entry to the event will require either verification of fully vaccinated status or the result from a negative test conducted within 72 hours of the event. Please refer to CDPH guidance here for acceptable methods of vaccine verification and here for acceptable methods for proof of negative test result.
Masks are recommended when not actively eating or drinking.