Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Kansas City Testing Fight Against Coronavirus Stays Losing Money

Demand for COVID-19 screening continues to surge but locals are quickly running out of money to sustain the effort.

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Kansas City health officials say they need more testing resources to slow spread of COVID-19

Pop-up testing in Kansas City - like at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church - has been popular.Frank Thompson is the deputy director of the city's Health Department. He says the 20-30 walk-up spots fill up fast and that asymptomatic testing is a big draw. "I think we need more resources," Thompson said.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

this is important.

it should be up and running now, or ASAP.

Anonymous said...

It’s not that they didnt have enough for testing, every black in the central core demands a test if they sneeze once, the blacks are scared to death of the grip, a large percentage of these people have been tested multiple times which takes away from the people who haven’t been tested that need to be tested.

Anonymous said...

^^Get it and die Boomer. Please.