Sadly, it's hard to "trust the science" with so many scammers preying upon fear of the pandemic.
This news note is worth consideration given that the urban core has suffered quite a few con-men using the current plauge to play upon the health concerns of the community . . . Here's the word:
Hundreds of people who visited a testing site held at Happy Foods Center, located on 31st Street in Kansas City, are still waiting for their results. They're results some believe they'll most likely never receive.
“I missed a whole week of work. I was really upset about it,” Donna Bell said. “I thought it was legit. I wouldn’t have ever thought.”
Bell said she was promised her test results would be returned within 48-72 hours. She, along with employees and others, have now been waiting three weeks.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo.- As the demand for COVID-19 testing continues, one Kansas City-area grocery store manager is warning people about a possible fake pop-up testing site. Hundreds of people who visited a testing site held at Happy Foods Center, located on 31st Street in Kansas City, are still waiting for their results.