The state is providing $4.2 million to Colorado State University to pay for testing kits and the costs of processing them. CSU will test about 30 small to medium-sized facilities, while the state will handle the other homes, said Dr. Nicole Ehrhart, director of the university’s Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging.
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The tests will be processed at the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at CSU. The lab joins the growing national trend of animal health laboratories helping test for COVID-19 in people.