COVID-19 Testing

Fargo, West Fargo and Cass County facilities opening late

FARGO, ND (KVRR) – ¬†Due to winter weather conditions, all City of Fargo facilities (including the COVID-19 testing site at 3051 25th St. S. Suite K) will open at 10 a.m. The Fargo Sanitary landfill will open late at 9 a.m. MATBUS services will continue uninterrupted; routes 13, 14, 18 and 24 will utilize snow detours until conditions improve. Garbage…

North Dakota starts free rapid COVID-19 testing for teachers

BISMARCK, N.D. – North Dakota health officials are rolling out free rapid COVID-19 testing for teachers, staff and school administrators this week as part of a pilot project designed to identify and quickly isolate people who may be asymptomatic. Testing of K-12 teachers will start in the Fargo and West Fargo school districts and will be expanded to other districts…

Moorhead Armory to host free COVID-19 testing Sept. 29 through Oct. 1

The testing will be available from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

MOORHEAD, Minn.–The Moorhead Armory will be hosting three days of free COVID-19 testing beginning September 29. The testing will be available from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. and is open to the general public. Those wishing to be tested are encouraged to pre-register for a specific time slot. Clay County Public Health Administrator Kathy McKay said, “Testing uncovers positive cases…

ND’s new Covid-19 plans include re-prioritizing nurses & a new test

High-speed testing and new developments to better care for health-care workers and those in long-term facilities

NORTH DAKOTA – With case numbers still on the rise, Governor Doug Burgum is moving 12 counties into a higher risk level and lowering three others. He says the state is coming up with new ways of handling COVID-19. Burgum’s plans for nurses and high-speed testing are some of the ways he’s hoping the state can better control the corona…

Cass County COVID-19 Task Force Reminding People To Keep Following Guidelines

The task force says the overall positive rates have continued to drop from the peak in April. However people need to still take the virus seriously as they are noticing an uptick in July.

FARGO, N.D. — The Red River Valley COVID-19 Task Force says things are looking better in Clay and Cass Counties. With the state loosening restrictions cell phone data tracing found more people are on the move after being quarantined. “I think we said it back at the beginning of the pandemic if you can’t easily remember or count the contacts…

FargoDome Hosts Mass Drive-Thru Testing For COVID-19

Over 1,000 tests were conducted

FARGO, N.D. — Cars are lining up across the parking lot of the FargoDome, waiting their turn to pull into the canopies to get tested for COVID-19. City officials, Fargo Cass Public Health, the North Dakota Health Department and the state National Guard all teamed up to help get testing done safely and efficiently. The tests being given out are…

Cass County Sees Single Largest Day Of Coronavirus Cases Tuesday With 8

The highest exposure category is community spread.

CASS COUNTY – The highest category in the state of infection rate is 30-39 year olds. The highest exposure category is community spread. Sanford Health says they have four in patients positive for COVID-19. Eight Sanford employees have also tested positive. The hospital says they have also seen an increase of testing at their drive thru location. “We averaged about…

New North Dakota executive order makes COVID-19 testing more accessible

The executive order gives licensed pharmacists the ability to administer coronavirus tests

BISMARCK, N.D. — More and more people are getting tested for the coronavirus everyday in North Dakota. Governor Doug Burgum says the state has tested 15 of every 10,000 people, making the per-capita basis one of the best in the country. In total, 1,400 people have been administered a test for the virus in the state and with a new…