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BOSTON — The latest local updates on the coronavirus pandemic

As the World Health Organization declares the novel coronavirus spread a global pandemic and Governor Baker announced a state of emergency in Massachusetts, the effects are starting to be felt around the state.

Drive-thru testing site opens on the Cape
A drive-thru testing site for COVID-19 will open at Cape Cod Community College at 8 a.m. Only people who have been screened by a Cape Cod Healthcare provider, have a test order from a doctor, and have an appointment for the test will be allowed to use the drive-thru, which was set up by the Barnstable County Department of Health and Cape Cod Healthcare.

Many states are establishing drive-thru testing sites to limit the potential for those infected with the virus to spread it to others. The patient stays in their vehicle and is swabbed for the virus by a nurse in protective equipment. Results are expected in one to three days, according to Cape Cod Healthcare, and patients will not be charged a copay for the test.

A drive-thru testing site for COVID-19 will open at Cape Cod Community College at 8 a.m. Only people who have been screened by a Cape Cod Healthcare provider, have a test order from a doctor, and have an appointment for the test will be allowed to use the drive-thru, which was set up by the Barnstable County Department of Health and Cape Cod Healthcare.

Many states are establishing drive-thru testing sites to limit the potential for those infected with the virus to spread it to others. The patient stays in their vehicle and is swabbed for the virus by a nurse in protective equipment. Results are expected in one to three days, according to Cape Cod Healthcare, and patients will not be charged a copay for the test.

A drive-thru testing site for COVID-19 will open at Cape Cod Community College at 8 a.m. Only people who have been screened by a Cape Cod Healthcare provider, have a test order from a doctor, and have an appointment for the test will be allowed to use the drive-thru, which was set up by the Barnstable County Department of Health and Cape Cod Healthcare.

Many states are establishing drive-thru testing sites to limit the potential for those infected with the virus to spread it to others. The patient stays in their vehicle and is swabbed for the virus by a nurse in protective equipment. Results are expected in one to three days, according to Cape Cod Healthcare, and patients will not be charged a copay for the test.

A drive-thru testing site for COVID-19 will open at Cape Cod Community College at 8 a.m. Only people who have been screened by a Cape Cod Healthcare provider, have a test order from a doctor, and have an appointment for the test will be allowed to use the drive-thru, which was set up by the Barnstable County Department of Health and Cape Cod Healthcare.

Many states are establishing drive-thru testing sites to limit the potential for those infected with the virus to spread it to others. The patient stays in their vehicle and is swabbed for the virus by a nurse in protective equipment. Results are expected in one to three days, according to Cape Cod Healthcare, and patients will not be charged a copay for the test.

A drive-thru testing site for COVID-19 will open at Cape Cod Community College at 8 a.m. Only people who have been screened by a Cape Cod Healthcare provider, have a test order from a doctor, and have an appointment for the test will be allowed to use the drive-thru, which was set up by the Barnstable County Department of Health and Cape Cod Healthcare.

Many states are establishing drive-thru testing sites to limit the potential for those infected with the virus to spread it to others. The patient stays in their vehicle and is swabbed for the virus by a nurse in protective equipment. Results are expected in one to three days, according to Cape Cod Healthcare, and patients will not be charged a copay for the test.

A drive-thru testing site for COVID-19 will open at Cape Cod Community College at 8 a.m. Only people who have been screened by a Cape Cod Healthcare provider, have a test order from a doctor, and have an appointment for the test will be allowed to use the drive-thru, which was set up by the Barnstable County Department of Health and Cape Cod Healthcare.

Many states are establishing drive-thru testing sites to limit the potential for those infected with the virus to spread it to others. The patient stays in their vehicle and is swabbed for the virus by a nurse in protective equipment. Results are expected in one to three days, according to Cape Cod Healthcare, and patients will not be charged a copay for the test.