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A client is tested for the coronavirus by RN Amy Streicher, right, Florida Department of Health, Monday, April 27, 2020 at the Childs Park Recreation Center, St. Petersburg. The tests were administered by the Florida Department of Health, Pinellas County, in cooperation with the City of St. Petersburg. Testing was by appointment. The next testing date will be Saturday May 2, at the Frank Pierce Recreation Center, Bartlett Park, St. Petersburg.
A client is tested for the coronavirus by RN Amy Streicher, right, Florida Department of Health, Monday, April 27, 2020 at the Childs Park Recreation Center, St. Petersburg. The tests were administered by the Florida Department of Health, Pinellas County, in cooperation with the City of St. Petersburg. Testing was by appointment. The next testing date will be Saturday May 2, at the Frank Pierce Recreation Center, Bartlett Park, St. Petersburg. [ SCOTT KEELER | Times ]
Published May 15, 2020

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