We've set up drive-up testing in MD and VA for KP members with a Dr's order for tests. One in DC will open this week. If you have #COVID19 symptoms like fever, cough or upper respiratory illness, visit https://t.co/2SVuhb2JTq to schedule a telehealth visit or call your doctor. https://t.co/Js6wiLQqto1:54 PM - 18 Mar 20
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