Get free HIV testing, free Narcan kits, free condoms and more at a free-to-attend 'pop up' health fair this Saturday.

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The Erie County Health Department is hosting a free-to-attend 'pop up' health fair this Saturday (June 27), which is National HIV Testing Day.  The event will be held from 9 am to 1 pm in the parking Lot of St. John Kanty Church, located at 101 Swinburne Street in Buffalo.  Attendees are asked to follow social distancing protocols, as well as to wear a mask or face covering.

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There will be distribution of free Narcan boxes, free condoms, smoking and tobacco use cessation info, Erie County Cancer Services Program – Colon, Cervical, Breast Cancers - info, free HIV Testing, other services and information, according to my interview with Dr. Gale Burstein, the Commissioner of the Erie county Department of Health.

According to a press release sent to me, the health fair will feature:
-Free on-site Narcan kits
-Free Emergency Narcan Boxes for businesses
-Free condoms
-Erie County Cancer Services Program information
-Sexual health information
-Smoking and tobacco use cessation information
-Free PPE (face masks and hand sanitizer as supplies last)
- Live Well Erie County Mobile Outreach Vehicle