KMBC: Saint Luke's working with 40 local agencies to provide COVID-19 testing for first responders

April 14, 2020

Saint Luke's is working with 40 agencies in Kansas and Missouri to provide COVID-19 drive-thru testing for first responders.

There are currently three drive-thru testing sites across the metro at Saint Luke's at Mission Farms, Shoal Creek, and Blue Springs.

First responders who meet the criteria and want to be tested should obtain a referral through their human resources department. They must show a referral form, badge and personal identification to be tested.

Watch KMBC's full story below.

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