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COVID-19 Community Partner Update - March 23, 2020
There are still no positive test results reported to the Health Department of COVID-19 in San Angelo, Texas.
COVID-19 tests done in San Angelo (as of 2 p.m. March 23):
- 144 total
- 41 negative tests
- 103 pending
Shannon Medical Center:
COVID-19 Centralized Screening and Testing
Shannon has set up a centralized screening and testing site for COVID-19. This site is located at the corner of Beauregard and Oaks Street in downtown San Angelo and will be available starting Monday, March 23 from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
This centralized site will enable patients to drive up and be evaluated in their vehicle by a medical provider. If the provider determines the patient may have COVID-19, according to the criteria set by the CDC, the patient will then be tested on site.
Personnel will collect the necessary samples to send off for the test. The patient will then receive instructions regarding self-quarantine and next steps they must take until test results are returned.
The cost is $25 for the screening evaluation and $55 for a COVID-19 test if required, or Shannon will bill the patient’s medical insurance. Patients who have been screened at another location, may come to the site for testing with a provider’s order.
For more information about screening or testing, call 844-6-SHANNON (844-674-2666).
Concho Valley Transit:
Effective today, passengers may schedule same day trips between the hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please also note that all buses and common areas at the Multimodal Facility are being disinfected, top to bottom, at least three times a day and that all employees have been educated to abide by CDC COVID-19 guidelines.
CVT prides itself on providing the most reliable form of transportation and best customer service while maintaining a safe atmosphere for everyone. If you have any questions, concerns or need to schedule a trip, contact them us 325-947-8729.
San Angelo Chamber of Commerce:
The COVID-19 Business Resource Hub has been updated with information from the TWC and CV Workforce Development Board regarding how to file Mass Claims in the event that a business needs to lay-off employees.
Assistance from the ASU Small Business Development Center (ASU SBDC).
The SBA is accepting online applications for the SBA Economic Injury Disaster loans (EIDL) from small businesses affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
Business Advisors at the ASU SBDC can help with the application or any other area of small business concern during this crisis.
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