New pop up messages for testing COVID-19 has been reported in Louisville.
Reports of a few "pop up" corona virus testing destinations that have been seen around Louisville as of late have been alluded to law implementation, as indicated by Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. During his day by day press instructions Wednesday, Fischer said the city has gotten numerous calls about them, some purportedly charging $200 or more for the test.
A few reports were about a gathering that has been setting up tents and offering COVID-19 tests to low-salary individuals.
"In the event that there's something out there that sounds unrealistic, it is. On the off chance that it feels crude, it likely is scrappy. So follow your instinct and gut on that," Fischer said.
The gathering, called Community Outreach Marketing Group, LLC, set up their portable testing site outside Wayside Christian Mission Tuesday.
Moniz Wedlow, who recognized himself as the VP and an advisor, said the association was evaluating patients for COVID-19 out of an under served part of the network.
On Wednesday, the gathering set up tents in the parking garage of a corner store in the Russell neighborhood. The laborers, who revealed to WLKY they were attendants, were not wearing any recognizable proof and the gathering's sign promoting the testing didn't express a member with an emergency clinic or well-being division.
Wedlow said the gathering had used the best possible procedures to set up and test individuals for the corona virus.