Are the nursing homes going to be tested in Lenawee County?

Beginning June 15, 2020, all nursing homes must conduct COVID-19 diagnostic testing as follows  

i. Initial testing of all residents and staff; 

ii. Testing of all new or returning residents 

iii. Testing any resident or staff member with symptoms or suspected exposure; 

iv. Weekly testing of all residents and staff in facilities with any positive cases among residents or staff, until 14 days after the last new positive; 

v. Weekly testing of all staff in regions of medium or higher risk on the MI Safe Start Map

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1. Does Lenawee County have tests?
2. How can I get tested?
3. Who is doing the testing in Lenawee County?
4. How are they doing the testing in Lenawee County?
5. Are out-of-county residents included in the reported case numbers daily because they are being treated in Lenawee County?
6. Where can I find the testing locations?
7. I can’t afford an appointment and a test for COVID-19, but I have symptoms. What should I do?
8. What is contact tracing?
9. Are the nursing homes going to be tested in Lenawee County?
10. Is anyone aware if any of our Migrant workers have been, are receiving testing, or have the information on how to go about receiving testing?
11. A co-worker tested positive for COVID-19, should I be concerned?
12. Is the Lenawee County Health Department notified when residential college or university students test positive for COVID-19?
13. If college students that reside at Adrian College or Siena Heights University test positive for COVID-19, are they included in the Lenawee County case numbers?
14. If someone tests positive multiple times, does that increase the number of confirmed cases in Lenawee County?