(CBS4) – Weld and Larimer Counties held a drive-thru coronavirus testing site in Loveland on March 31 and April 3. There they tested 189 health care workers and first responders at the Ranch at Loveland.

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“Making the first supply of test kits in northern Colorado available to them was a critical step in keeping them healthy and protecting against the spread of COVID-19,” said Dr. Mark Wallace, Executive Director of the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment chose Larimer County to host the event.

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The workers and first responders were chosen because they are sympotamic. They all responded to a survey sent to health care providers and law enforcement agencies in both counties.

The Department of Health and Human Services supplied the tests. Officials say any remaining test will be split among each county and then will be used to test “priority populations.” Details about those groups were not released.

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  1. Susan says:

    Here in Mass. Tell your people to stay in it’s not worth taking the risk. Due to people going out for fun and activities they are scaring people into not making the right decisions to go to the hospital for other health issues.People are making a decision to stay home and not go to the hospital with heart problems, strokes and other health related issues. A family member made the wrong decision and now their decision caused her stroke to effect her hand, arm and leg she did not go in time. Please be careful. This is about saving your life and the life of your family and friends. Once their gone their gone you can’t get them back. Colorado be smart, Be safe. Stay home save a life.

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