Coronavirus testing site in Baltimore County reaches capacity in less in 1st day of testing those without symptoms

The free drive-in coronavirus testing site at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium reached its 1,000-patient capacity in less than an hour Thursday, an indication of the high demand on the first day the state allowed people without symptoms or a doctor’s order to be tested. The line of cars that snaked out of the parking lot and onto York Road Thursday morning “speaks to the incredible need out there in the community,” Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. said. (Balt Sun)

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