WATCH: Suspicious pop-up coronavirus test site abruptly closes after being questioned | USA TODAY

WATCH: Suspicious pop-up coronavirus test site abruptly closes after being questioned | USA TODAY

Suspicious pop-up COVID-19 test site in Louisville abruptly closes after being questioned.
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A pop-up coronavirus testing site gets questioned by media and Metro Council President David James at Shorty’s Food Mart in West Louisville.

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  1. Tse Hong Ling

    They should not allowed to leave, these ppl are the same as the phone scammers trying to scam ppl money, only time its worse because its a matter of life and death. they should be arrested, and locked in covid-19 wards without PPE.

  2. Nacht Schreck

    A fish rots from the head down.
    Corrupt government and banking taking advantage of this situation to screw the people, street level crooks follow the example. Especially when everyone knows cops are all basically off duty now except for harassing citizens for taking walks and driving to the store.

  3. Beth Babson

    I have photos, info video, etc., if police want it from July in Colorado. Same scam. Usually they pretend to bill Medicare. I figured company could do this easier by hiring geek to get into DNA databanks anyway or pull from anything I touched. Going through with scam locals did nothing as supposedly legitimate. This is same with Coronavirus twist.

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