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Since SF is not informing us, you may want to see what our MAC friends are doing.

Buffalo will spend roughly $29K per week on COVID-19 testing for its FB program, per AD Alnutt, who says the MAC secured a deal with Quest Diagnostics through which tests cost $51 apiece.

https://www.ubspectrum.com/article/2020/...ason-nears
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(10-07-2020 05:38 PM)NIU75 Wrote:  Since SF is not informing us, you may want to see what our MAC friends are doing.

Buffalo will spend roughly $29K per week on COVID-19 testing for its FB program, per AD Alnutt, who says the MAC secured a deal with Quest Diagnostics through which tests cost $51 apiece.

https://www.ubspectrum.com/article/2020/...ason-nears


Very informative. Thanks for posting this.
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