Federally funded coronavirus testing sites will be closing in the coming days as locally funded testing takes over. “Many of the Community-Based Testing Sites are not closing, but rather transitioning to state-managed sites on or about April 10,” A DHHS spokesperson told NPR. The CBTS sites were only meant as a stop-gap measure to give state and local governments time to set up.
The federal government will end funding for coronavirus testing sites on Friday. While some sites will transition to being state-managed, others will close as a result. This as criticism continues that not enough testing is available.https://t.co/DuBCbJoRDO
— All Things Considered (@npratc) April 8, 2020