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State offers free COVID-19 testing in Wahiawa amid surge in coronavirus cases statewide

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The Hawaii Department of Health administers free COVID-19 rapid testing at Kamalani Academy in Wahiawa Friday, Aug. 6. After testing students and faculty at the Academy, state health officials with assistance from the Hawaii Army National Guard, opened rapid COVID-19 testing to about 75 individuals with results available in 15 minutes. Pictured is a queue of people waiting to get tested along Manu'a Street behind the school.
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The Hawaii Department of Health administers free COVID-19 rapid testing at Kamalani Academy in Wahiawa Friday, Aug. 6. After testing students and faculty at the Academy, state health officials with assistance from the Hawaii Army National Guard, opened rapid COVID-19 testing to about 75 individuals with results available in 15 minutes. Pictured are workers checking-in people at the site.
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The Hawaii Department of Health administers free COVID-19 rapid testing at Kamalani Academy in Wahiawa Friday, Aug. 6. After testing students and faculty at the Academy, state health officials with assistance from the Hawaii Army National Guard, opened rapid COVID-19 testing to about 75 individuals with results available in 15 minutes. Pictured is a health care worker testing a swab via the Abbott ID NOW which is a nucleic acid amplification test.
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The Hawaii Department of Health administers free COVID-19 rapid testing at Kamalani Academy in Wahiawa Friday, Aug. 6. After testing students and faculty at the Academy, state health officials with assistance from the Hawaii Army National Guard, opened rapid COVID-19 testing to about 75 individuals with results available in 15 minutes. Pictured is a health care worker administering a test.
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The Hawaii Department of Health administers free COVID-19 rapid testing at Kamalani Academy in Wahiawa Friday, Aug. 6. After testing students and faculty at the Academy, state health officials with assistance from the Hawaii Army National Guard, opened rapid COVID-19 testing to about 75 individuals with results available in 15 minutes. Pictured is a health care worker handing over a swab to be tested via the Abbott ID NOW which is a nucleic acid amplification test.
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The Hawaii Department of Health administers free COVID-19 rapid testing at Kamalani Academy in Wahiawa Friday, Aug. 6. After testing students and faculty at the Academy, state health officials with assistance from the Hawaii Army National Guard, opened rapid COVID-19 testing to about 75 individuals with results available in 15 minutes. Pictured is a queue of people waiting to get tested along Manu'a Street behind the school.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

The Hawaii Department of Health administers free COVID-19 rapid testing at Kamalani Academy in Wahiawa Friday, Aug. 6. After testing students and faculty at the Academy, state health officials with assistance from the Hawaii Army National Guard, opened rapid COVID-19 testing to about 75 individuals with results available in 15 minutes. Kayna Cabrera and her son Braxton, 15, wait in line behind the school. Braxton was getting tested so he could continue to play as a safety for the Leilehua High School football team. “They’ve been off for a year and a half. They started, then boom,” Cabrera said.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

The Hawaii Department of Health administers free COVID-19 rapid testing at Kamalani Academy in Wahiawa Friday, Aug. 6. After testing students and faculty at the Academy, state health officials with assistance from the Hawaii Army National Guard, opened rapid COVID-19 testing to about 75 individuals with results available in 15 minutes. Pictured are staff members from HOPE posing with their paper work prior to getting tested.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

The Hawaii Department of Health administers free COVID-19 rapid testing at Kamalani Academy in Wahiawa Friday, Aug. 6. After testing students and faculty at the Academy, state health officials with assistance from the Hawaii Army National Guard, opened rapid COVID-19 testing to about 75 individuals with results available in 15 minutes.

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