COVID-19 Testing

Chrissy Bartz, P.A., with Choptank Community Health, prepares to collect a patient’s sample from the part of the throat behind the nose to test for COVID-19. PCR tests, like this one, are regarded as the most reliable.

EASTON — While COVID cases are rising and demand for tests is increasing, hospitals and urgent cares are scrambling to handle the influx of symptomatic patients and requests for tests.

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