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MADISON — Wisconsin National Guard specimen collection teams continue testing for COVID-19 across the state at a number of regional community-based testing sites.

A site operates at the Racine County Fairgrounds, 19805 Durand Ave., Yorkville, each Wednesday through March 10. More than 150 specimens were gathered there Jan. 6.

A second site operates at Festival Hall, 5 Fifth St., each Thursday through March 4. There, 250 specimens were collected Jan. 7.

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Teams have collected more than 1 million specimens since April 2020 at testing sites to support the Wisconsin Department of Health Service’s efforts to expand COVID-19 testing.

Those seeking a test are urged to register online in advance using the Dynamics Testing and Registration Application (DTRA) program, which is also known as COVID Connect. Go to register.covidconnect.wi.gov/en-US.

After collecting the specimens at each site, the test kits are sent to a lab for analysis, and individual citizens receive their results via an email or a phone call within three to seven days following the test.