Wampsville, N.Y. — COVID-19 tests are no longer just for the sick. Over two months into this crisis, testing is becoming more widespread.
A two-day mobile COVID-19 test clinic hosted by SUNY Upstate Medical University was recently made available in Madison County—May 21 at the Madison County office complex, and May 22 at SUNY Morrisville, by appointment only.
Their website states that the tests are “available to anyone interested.“
I wasn’t feeling sick or exposed to the virus, but since I didn’t need a doctor’s approval, I figured it was my turn to give testing a whirl. I was curious if I was carrying the virus without even knowing it.
I had assumed testing centers were being overloaded and that it would all be a stressful ordeal, like eating at a restaurant that was short-staffed with a full house.
I soon found that that would not be the case for me.
When I called to schedule an appointment, I was greeted by a friendly voice that was both patient and helpful. I was asked if I was experiencing a list of symptoms, such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, and more, to which I answered “no” to all.
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