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COVID 19 testing sites ordered to cease after CDPHE investigation

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COVID 19 testing sites ordered to cease after CDPHE investigation

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The Center for COVID Control has been ordered to cease all testing operations in the state for not being properly certified by the federal government, the Colorado attorney general’s office announced Saturday.

The AG’s office and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment determined that the Center for COVID Control also failed to report test results and cases to CDPHE as required by law. of the state, according to a press release. The test sites operated by Macagain Corp. were also ordered to halt operations.

“A well-documented CDPHE investigation has concluded that the Center for COVID Control has not obtained all necessary licenses to perform COVID-19 testing in Colorado,” Attorney General Phil Weiser said in the statement. “Our consumer protection section has also received a significant number of complaints about safety conditions at their test sites, including concerns about the proper use of personal protective equipment. By violating these licensing requirements and ignoring health and safety protocols, the Center for COVID Control is putting Coloradans at risk and we are taking action to protect public health.

COVID 19 testing sites ordered to cease after CDPHE investigation

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