INDIANAPOLIS, IN - State officials in Indiana are adding more FREE COVID-19 testing locations throughout the state.
State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box announces this week week the state’s plan to have 95 more free COVID-19 testing sites in counties across Indiana by October 1st. The move comes as a result of funding from the CARES Act.
Dr. Box made the announcement of additional testing sites Wednesday during Governor Eric Holcomb's weekly COVID-19 update. Box reported each site, managed by county health departments would be able to conduct 100 to 200 tests per day.
A new school dashboard that will break out positive COVID-19 tests at individual schools was also discussed at Wednesday’s press conference. The dashboard will show positive case number, but not lost individual names or other private information in order to maintain confidentiality.
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