County Officials: Flooding, Heavy Rain, Tornados Possible. COVID Testing Sites To Be Reassessed Early Next Week. No Evacuations For Now.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: Palm Beach County Verbatim Advisory) (Filed 5:24 PM Friday) — Due to the approach of Tropical Depression Eta, COVID-19 testing is being suspended at all Health Care District sites at close of business Friday, with the exception of the FITTEAM Ballpark which will remain open Saturday only. Palm Beach County/State of Florida testing sites including FAU, South County Civic Center and Boca Town Center Mall will be open on Saturday, but will be closed at end of business until next week. After the storm has left our area, all locations will be assessed to determine if they are safe to re-open.
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