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The first of two mobile-testing sites in Dallas County up and running, with the second unit to opens Sunday. The unit at American Airlines Center and in Red Bird area are open but with strict criteria. They will be able to conduct 2,400 tests a week, officials say. The first of Dallas County’s two much-discussed mobile coronavirus testing sites opened at American Airlines Center on Victory Avenue — both on the street and inside the parking lot adjacent to the American Airlines Center. The other unit opening on Sunday at Ellis Davis Field House in the city’s Red Bird community, the county gains the capability of conducting 4,800 more tests per week — 2,400 at each location.
The testing sites — available to people living both in and outside of Dallas County meeting specific criteria — are the first big ramp-up in testing in the D-FW area, where the number of positive coronavirus cases is pushing into the hundreds. In order to be tested, individuals using the mobile sites must have a temperature of 99.6 degrees or above and be either 65 years or older, a first-responders, a health care worker or a Dallas Area Rapid Transit bus driver.
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