Mobile COVID testing labs will be set up in Malibu Monday morning to test police officers from the LAPD’s West Los Angeles Station who patrol the Pacific Palisades area and were recently exposed to the virus.

The company, 911 COVID Testing, will send its fleet of 15 mobile units a 9 a.m. to 18412 Pacific Coast Highway to test officers inside their patrol cars, said Chief Operating Officer Steve Farzam. They are prepared to test 500 of the patrol officers.

“With the surge in full swing, we have been receiving an unprecedented number of outbreak response requests for our mobile division, most recently from Palisades Patrol officers who recently had an exposure and requested our assistance,” Farzam said.

“Our fleet of mobile lab units has performed thousands of tests and is capable of testing a large number of individuals at any physical location throughout the County,” he said. Results will be available in 30 minutes.

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