M Health Fairview offering curbside coronavirus testing

March 11  

Via KARE 11 News

“During a demonstration of the new testing protocol on Tuesday, medical assistant Reece Wallaker prepared for a visit by putting on gloves, a mask and a face shield before approaching a woman who drove up in her car.”

“‘Hi, can I have you step out of the car please?’ Wallaker said. ‘We’re going to be testing you today, so there’s going to be three swabs.'”

“In a couple of minutes, Wallaker took a swab of the woman’s mouth and two swabs of the woman’s nose, and handed them off to another medical assistant in protective gear. In a real scenario, the swabs would be used to test for Coronavirus and Influenza.”

See the video and the full story from KARE 11 


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