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First Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Facility Now Open; Positive Cases to Go up By Thousands

Governor Phil Murphy has announced that 600 people have been tested on Friday, the first day of the operation of the state’s new drive-thru coronavirus testing facility.  Governor Murphy said the PNC Bank Arts Center testing facility will open Monday morning.  The Governor said to only come for testing if you have symptoms.  The test site is now open 7 days a week.

“Please make sure you have symptoms,” he said.

“Positive cases are going to go up,” he added. “Don’t let that scare you. The more information we have on this virus, the better we can crack the back of it.”

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Our first #COVID19 community-based testing site in Bergen County is open at Bergen County Community College.‪‪To be eligible, you must be a:‪☑️Current NJ resident‪☑️Experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness‪‪Testing begins at 8:00 AM and continues daily while supplies last.

Posted by Governor Phil Murphy on Friday, March 20, 2020

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