Routine Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) screening found one asymptomatic COVID-19 patient. An emergency sampling team was organized consisting of 1200 healthcare workers, and a total of 3.2228 million COVID-19 samples had been collected and detected. This study summarizes the on-site management experience in large-scale COVID-19 nucleic acid testing from various aspects: staff preparation, materials preparation, site layout, logistics support, and information system support. Suggestions are put forward for the deficiencies and parts needing improvement. Such as some sampling sites were not properly chosen, different areas were unclearly marked off from each other, and some site moving lines were confounding. How to communicate with the street service workers who had little professional knowledge on the epidemic spread or the working principles of the workflow and site layout. And the way to resolve conflicts on site.