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From Connecticut Public Radio: Hospitals aren’t the only places beginning to do this kind of testing. The Urgent Care Center of Connecticut in Bloomfield earlier this week launched its own drive-through process for COVID-19 testing.
It was 7 a.m. and cold on a recent Wednesday in Hartford. Despite the early hour, workers from Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center were outside in a nearby parking lot, unloading medical equipment and workstation carts from a mobile unit.
The carts were rolled into a heated white tent, and boxes of hospital gloves, paperwork files and test kits were set up on a nearby table. More doctors, nurses and hospital workers started to arrive, and by 8 a.m., cars were forming a line at the hospital’s drive-through coronavirus testing site.
For Jordon Seaver, a registered nurse who specializes in infection control and prevention, it has turned an unprecedented situation into something like routine.
“This is our new normal,” she said. Her colleagues and fellow nurses stood a few yards away as they pulled on gowns, face masks, gloves and face shields.