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Delays in COVID-19 testing have gotten ‘outrageous’ | READER COMMENTARY

Testing technicians Olivia Adams (left) and Lakia Brown administer a COVID-19 test to a patient at a walk-up testing clinic run by the University of Maryland Medical System in the 4500 block of Reisterstown Road.
Testing technicians Olivia Adams (left) and Lakia Brown administer a COVID-19 test to a patient at a walk-up testing clinic run by the University of Maryland Medical System in the 4500 block of Reisterstown Road. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)

I think there is a widespread COVID-19 testing problem in Harford County and Maryland (”Maryland coronavirus updates: 2,353 new cases; two Baltimore restaurants offer outdoor dining,” Nov. 20).

I tried to help someone register to be tested and I went onto four sites, including sites for CVS and Walgreens. All sites require appointments, and not one had openings for a week or more. It did not matter which location, all locations were unavailable. This was also true across Harford County. I was willing to book them in another county and travel but there were no available appointments.

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This is outrageous.

Edna Hirsch, Churchville

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