In Xenia, 0.94% of those tested were positive and in Dayton 4% of people tested received positive results.
Those who tested positive were contacted by Five River’s chief medical officer with information on how to self-quarantine, monitor symptoms and see a health care provider.
People who tested negative for the virus were sent a letter with their results.
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“Five Rivers Health Centers was happy to partner with the governor’s COVID-19 Minority Health Strike Force and the Ohio National Guard to provide this free testing to more than 2,000 of our neighbors in Montgomery and Greene counties. It was an honor for us to serve so many residents in a very short period of time,” said Gina McFarlane-El, CEO of Five Rivers Health Centers. “We hope to have more testing opportunities available in the future to help prevent the spread of COIVD19.”