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story.lead_photo.caption Staff from Healthy Connections, Inc. work at a one-day, pop-up, COVID-19 testing event held Thursday at the old De Queen Medical Center parking lot in De Queen, Ark. Wearing PPE gear, five employees collected tests from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at no cost to people tested. People could drive up and be tested, no matter their symptoms. The Mena, Arkansas-based community health center will hold another testing event in De Queen on June 11 and then again the next day, June 12, in Nashville, Ark. On Thursday, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson reported an additional 455 cases in Arkansas. "This is the largest single-day increase in cases since we have been reporting," Hutchinson said. Photo by Aaron Brand / Texarkana Gazette.
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