COVID free and expecting changes

A health care worker at Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s drive in Covid-19 testing facility hands a patient informational paper work, April 17, before administering a test. This image has been altered to respect the patients right to anonymity. Christopher Lenney/ Watertown Daily Times

I don’t have COVID. That’s the good news. I have a minor medical procedure coming up that requires me to get a COVID test. Not an at-home test. One that requires me to drive to Potsdam early in the morning.

On Monday, I pulled into a testing center parking spot and dutifully called the number on the sign. I gave the woman who answered my secret code (It was my birthday) and the make of my car (which I nearly forgot) and drove up to the line.

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