Colorado nursing home COVID cases spike, deaths remain low

DENVER (KDVR) – Colorado officials have ordered two COVID-19 testing businesses to shut down, alleging front agencies failed to report testing results to the state and one of them. operate without required certification.

The businesses in question are the Centers for COVID Control and Macagain Corp., both of which failed to comply with state law requiring test reports, according to a news release from the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. The Centers for COVID Control was also accused of not being properly certified to do the job.

https://kdvr.com/news/colorado-nursing-home-covid-cases-spike-deaths-still-low/ Colorado nursing home COVID cases spike, deaths remain low

Tom Vazquez

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