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Results in up to 72 hours: Drive-up coronavirus testing location opens in Colorado

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DENVER -- Some Coloradans can now get tested for coronavirus while in their cars.

Medical staff in full biohazard suits are swabbing patients in their nostrils or throat at a testing site.

The samples will be sent to be tested, with results coming up in up to 72 hours.

Testing at the drive-up site is done free of charge.

The location opened after colorado Governor Jared Polis declared a state of emergency and called for expedited coronavirus testing.

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