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Almost 2,000 COVID-19 Tests in Florida Destroyed in Transit

first_img“This month, the state has increased testing at drive-thru and walk-up sites across the state”, the department said in a statement. In total, these sites have allowed the state to perform more than 5,000 additional tests per day. Overall, between state supported walk-up sites and state-supported drive-thru sites, more than 196,000 tests have been administered.” The Division says it will continue to provide this testing across the state as they work to respond to COVID-19. Officials said that more than 90,000 tests have been administered throughout the state this month so far, and of that number, 1,702 were damaged. “Since May 1, we have opened drive-thru sites in Sarasota, Lee, Miami-Dade, Escambia, Broward, Brevard and Volusia counties, as well as walk-up sites in Opa Locka, Daytona Beach, North Lauderdale, Miramar and Sarasota. TALLAHASSEE  – The Florida Division of Emergency Management confirmed that almost 2,000 COVID-19 tests that were administered at drive-thru and walk-up test sites so far in May were damaged in transit. Every patient affected will be contacted and will need to be retested, department officials said Thursday in a statement. Affected patients will also be prioritized for retesting.last_img read more

Trackers fundraising with 50/50 tickets for upcoming provincials

first_imgThe N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers will be dropping the puck on their fundraising campaign to help send the team to provincials. Members of the team will be at various locations throughout Fort St. John on Saturday selling 50/50 tickets, and tickets will also be sold at their final home game on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the Pomeroy Sport Centre against Slave Lake.On Saturday various team members will be at the mall, On The Rocks liquor stores, and the B.C. Liquor Store.The draw date for the tickets is March 7 with a potential payout of $10,000 up for grabs.- Advertisement -Provincials are being held in Comox, and it marks the first time B.C. Hockey has granted entry for the Trackers into the event.last_img

Photo evidence of Pochettino copying Wenger at Arsenal?

first_imgMauricio Pochettino takes his Tottenham side to the Emirates for his first taste of a north London derby as manager of Spurs.And he is eyeing a long stay at White Hart Lane, where he is hoping to emulate his opposite number at Arsenal, Arsene Wenger.“Tottenham, for me, is a big job and it’s a dream to stay here like him [Wenger], to have the time [at Tottenham] that Arsene has had at Arsenal,” said Pochettino.You do know Daniel Levy is your boss, Mauricio?Might be time to get your coat.Remember, Arsenal v Tottenham is live on talkSPORT with coverage beginning at 5pm on Saturday 27 September. Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino wants to emulate Arsene Wenger’s longevity 1last_img