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COVID-19: CVS Health Extends Hartford Rapid Result Testing Site Until September

(Photo illustration) Rapid response COVID-19 tests typically swab a person's nose or throat to collect a sample. (Photo illustration) Rapid response COVID-19 tests typically swab a person's nose or throat to collect a sample.
(Photo illustration) Rapid response COVID-19 tests typically swab a person's nose or throat to collect a sample. Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons: Raimond Spekking
Rapid result testing will be available at the Arroyo Rec Center through September. Rapid result testing will be available at the Arroyo Rec Center through September.
Rapid result testing will be available at the Arroyo Rec Center through September. Photo Credit: Copyright 2020 Google Maps

Operation of the Hartford-CVS COVID-19 “rapid result” testing site will be extended through September.

The testing site at the Arroyo Recreation Center, 30 Pope Park Dr., was slated to stop services next Friday, July 31.

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin announced the news July 23 during a press conference with members from CVS Health, the Connecticut chapter of the NAACP, Hartford’s health director and fire chief, according to NBC Connecticut. The NAACP was present to highlight the importance of black people - a community that has been hit particularly hard by the coronavirus - get tested if they don’t feel well.  

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