(WXYZ) — As the coronavirus outbreak continues to grow across the state and country, several hospitals are beginning curbside 'drive-thru' screenings for COVID-19. As of Monday, March 15, there are 53 confirmed cases in the state.
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According to Beaumont Health, there is limited curbside screening at four hospitals: Royal Oak, Dearborn, Farmington Hills and Troy. They are also planning on adding four additional screening sites this week.
University of Michigan Medicine will also offer limited curbside COVID-19 screening to patients who have an appointment. They are screening at the West Ann Arbor Health Center, Canton Health Center and Brighton Health Center.
Henry Ford Allegiance Hospital in Jackson is also offering drive-through testing.
According to MLive, Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids has also opened a drive-thru testing station, as has MidMichigan Health in Midland, Mich.
Stay tuned to this story for updates as more hospitals add additional curbside screenings for COVID-19.