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3 COVID-19 Testing Sites In Phoenix Area Damaged In Monday Night Storm

The storm that swept through the Valley on Monday night damaged three COVID-19 testing sites at Embry Women’s Health. The 24-hour COVID-19 testing sites were at Mesa, Chandler-Gilbert and Estrella Mountain community colleges. 

There were no injuries, according to an Embry Women’s Health spokesperson. Testing was halted for 16 hours as the storm hit around 8 p.m., and normal operations resumed Tuesday at noon.

The Mesa Community College site, the clinic’s largest testing site, has the capability to administer 6,000 tests a day while the other sites can test up to 1,500 a day.

Embry Women’s Health also said those who have been tested are getting results within 48 hours on average.

→  Get The Latest News On COVID-19 In Arizona 

Alexandria Krusniak is a summer news intern for KJZZ. She will be a senior at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She is minoring in political science and digital audiences, and plans to graduate in 2021.Krusniak began her radio journey as a freshman at ASU’s student-run Blaze Radio and worked in the news, music and sports departments as an anchor, reporter, host and DJ. She will serve as Blaze's program director her senior year.Krusniak was born and raised in Phoenix, and is interested in sustainability and education.In her free time, you can find her exploring the Arizona outdoors on the hiking and running trails, or in Flagstaff skiing on the slopes when the weather allows.