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Free Covid-19 tests for asymptomatic people now available weekdays at AT&T Center
With Covid-19 numbers rising and the start of the holiday season approaching, there's growing concern that the next few months could see large spikes for the disease. Community Labs has made it safer for families to get together for the Thanksgiving holiday. It's free tests are available for anyone who doesn't have Covid symptoms. The AT&T Center is the latest site for the tests.
Tech entrepreneur Graham Weston on catching COVID-19 and launching Community Labs, his mass-testing project
Graham Weston experienced dread, the existential kind, in March and early April. The downtown real estate developer and co-founder of Rackspace Technology caught COVID-19 from his 22-year-old son. His symptoms were the most familiar ones: fever, chills, chest pains and difficulty breathing.
Tech entrepreneur and philanthropist Graham Weston caught Covid from an asymptomatic carrier. Now, he's embarking on a mission to control the virus through cheap, widespread testing - starting off in one Texas town. WSJ's Rob Copeland explains the experiment.
San Antonio-Based Community Labs Aims To Spread Its Method Of Asymptomatic Testing Across The Country
It’s become obvious that without a vaccine, COVID-19 will be with us for a while. Testing and contact tracing have helped to stop the spread of the virus, but half of COVID cases begin with catching the virus from someone who doesn’t have symptoms. A San Antonio non-profit biotech organization is pursuing more testing for asymptomatic people, not only in San Antonio, but across the country.
Cheap, widespread COVID-19 testing born in San Antonio may help reopen Texas
It started as just an idea over lunch between three of San Antonio’s power brokers at a downtown San Antonio restaurant. Now, only three months later, it’s already grown into a multi-million dollar effort that’s bringing highly accurate COVID-19 testing to tens of thousands of people in this area who are not showing any symptoms of the virus.