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Posted on: May 18, 2020

Public Health Releases Statement Dealing with Questions Surrounding COVID

Wright County Public Health has issued a news release dealing with the frequently asked questions residents have about testing for COVID-19 as the situation continues to unfold and change from week to week and day to day.

Among the questions dealt with in the release include:

* Where can I get tested?

* I have symptoms, can I get tested?

* I had symptoms, but testing was limited. Now can I get tested?

* I’m not sick, but I want peace of mind. Can I get tested?

* Is testing free?

* I don’t have health insurance. Can I get tested?

To see the answers to these questions, click here: http://www.co.wright.mn.us/DocumentCenter/View/19432/Wright-Co-COVID-19-Update-51820

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