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Baltimore Museum of Industry to transform parking lot into coronavirus testing site in MedStar Health partnership

Category: Community Engagement & Impact

The Baltimore Museum of Industry will serve as one of 14 coronavirus test sites across the Washington D.C. region.

“Not just anybody can show up to get a COVID-19 test, MedStar Health officials said. Patients must be prescreened through MedStar’s eVisit platform or by a primary care provider and fit the criteria for coronavirus.”

– McKenna Oxenden

The Baltimore Museum of Industry announced Wednesday that its parking lot will be turned into a coronavirus testing site. The museum's executive director, Anita Kassof, notified members in an email that its "ample" parking lot will be used in partnership with MedStar Health to administer COVID-19 tests in the tents.

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