When testing for COVID-19 wraps up at the end of next week, the drive-through clinic will move on, after testing hundreds of local residents.
It's most likely destination will be another town in the region.
Inverell, Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall said, would probably top the list, but he has also nominated Glen Innes and Moree in a letter to the health service.
The mobile testing clinic, which set up behind the hospital two weeks ago, will move along with the staff who operate it.
During its time in Armidale, the clinic, on average, has been conducting about 80 tests each day, which adds up to about 400 a week.
More than 1000 people have been tested for COVID-19 in Armidale, the majority at the drive-through clinic.
The good news is there have been no positive tests recorded at the clinic to date, and only two cases of COVID-19 remain in the city, which were both connected to the Family and Community Services office.
The coronavirus screening clinic was initially opened for one week at Armidale Hospital on Monday, April 27.
Before the arrival of the drive-through clinic, the number of people tested locally had been low.
Mr Marshall said before its arrival that the reason for Armidale being selected as a mobile testing site was the low rate of testing for COVID-19.
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