Huge backups mark first morning of coronavirus testing at Pittsburgh Zoo parking lot

Huge backups for coronavirus testing at the Pittsburgh Zoo

PITTSBURGH — Huge traffic backups marked the first morning of the drive-thru coronavirus testing at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium parking lot.

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Organizers for the event quickly saw lines of cars stretching all the way down Butler Street past the Highland Park Bridge.

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Officials with Central Outreach Wellness Center asked that anyone wishing to be tested needs to bring a photo ID and an insurance card. They just asked though that if you do not show any symptoms to please stay home.

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