Coronavirus testing site volunteers share reasons for stepping up

COVID-19 testing sites volunteers share their reasons for stepping up to help.

DETROIT – They are true front line heroes who come into contact with COVID-19 every single day.

Most of the people at the State Fairgrounds testing site in Detroit are volunteers who choose to be there to help.

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When coronavirus first became a problem in Michigan, a testing site was opened in March at the State Fairgrounds. The testing never would have been possible if it weren’t for the volunteers that stepped up.

You can hear from them in the video player above.

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