Monday Storm Temporarily Closes Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites

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Some drive-thru coronavirus testing sites closed in preparation for Monday's storm.

State safety officials have warned of possible heavy damage to outdoor COVID-19 testing sites due to the potential strong winds.

Our team of meteorologists are tracking a powerful storm system that could cause damaging wind gusts in parts of the state Monday.

New Jersey state officials closed six testing sites due to the threat of wind and rain. People with appointment times must reschedule. The state's list of drive-thru sites can be found here.

Wild weather is affecting COVID-19 testing in some parts of New Jersey, while residents must now wear face coverings. Erica Byfield reports.

In Connecticut, at least nine testing sites were temporarily shut down for Monday.

“We’re putting a plan together to get teams out to all sites where we set up tents and mobile field hospitals to be proactive with the facilities," Governor Ned Lamont said.

All drive-thru sites across the state are expecting to resume operations on Tuesday.

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