Federal support for free Dallas COVID-19 testing sites set to end June 30


Announced government they will announced be pulling they will funding be pulling for two funding testing for sites two testing in Dallas sites as in Dallas of the end as of the month of the end but of county the month leaders but county still hope leaders they can still work hope out they a deal can work funding out a for deal to funding drive for through to testing drive sites through testing one sites of the A. one C. of and the the A. other at C. the Ellis and the Davis other at fieldhouse the Ellis Davis we fieldhouse pulled by the we end of pulled the month by the end of the month county judge clay Jenkins county judge says clay they Jenkins need to expand says they need to testing expand not testing shut it down not shut it in down the face of this in spiking the face of coronavirus this spiking cases coronavirus cases at parkland at parkland we have a machine we have that a machine can test that fifteen can test hundred fifteen hundred Coba test Coba test day day on a one to on two a day one turnaround to two day turnaround but we don't have the but reagents we don't have the reagents the chemical the chemical to run that machine to run that this machine is because the this county is because can actually the county test can faster actually test he faster hopes the government he hopes will simply the government give will them simply the reagents give them the reagents it takes it takes to run the testing to run machines the testing for covert machines nineteen for covert nineteen the A. C. the testing A. C. site testing will be moved site to the campus will be moved of UT to the campus Dallas of and UT Irving Dallas and Irving starting up next starting month up next month

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