Wisconsin National Guard COVID-19 testing sites closed Monday for President's Day

MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Wisconsin National Guard COVID-19 testing sites will be closed Monday for President's Day, Feb. 15.

Wisconsin National Guard specimen collection teams will continue supporting local sites this week as they operate a number of regional community-based testing sites, officials say.

Teams have collected a cumulative total of over one million specimens since April 2020 at community-based testing sites and institutional-based testing missions. As of Monday, Wisconsin National Guard teams have collected 1,033,625 specimens statewide. 

According to a news release, nearly 600 Citizen Soldiers and Airmen from the Wisconsin National Guard are currently serving in direct support of the state's on-going response to COVID-19 in a variety of statuses.

Those seeking a test at a Wisconsin National Guard community-based specimen collection site are urged to register online in advance using the Dynamics Testing and Registration Application (DTRA) program, which is also known as COVID Connect.


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