One woman who was waiting to be tested said came because her daughter-in-law recently tested positive for the virus.
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Though they hadn’t seen each other for 12 days, the woman said she just wanted to be sure.
The woman, who said she’s dealing with cancer, added that she was in favor of wearing face masks.
“It’s going to be here to stay,” she said. “We might as well just get used to it.”
Public health is also hosting free pop-up testing sites at Trotwood Madison High School on Friday and at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Jefferson Twp. on Monday.
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Anyone with questions can call public health’s COVID-19 information line at 937-225-6217.
Following pop-up testing in Xenia and Dayton in June, 62 people tested positive for coronavirus.
Nine people who were tested in Xenia received positive positive results and 948 were negative, according to Five Rivers Health Centers.
In Dayton, 53 people tested positive and 1,268 were negative.