GW Nursing Students Take Charge at COVID-19 Testing Site

September 8, 2020

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When it was announced that George Washington University would be bringing back a limited number of students, faculty and staff on campuses this fall and that individuals would need to be regularly tested for COVID-19, leaders at the GW School of Nursing got to work. 

They needed to quickly launch the testing clinic they had been planning for over the past few months and prepare to complete hundreds of COVID-19 nasal swabs for the GW community based on the Virginia Science and Technology campus. From ordering supplies to setting up individual testing booths, getting the site up and running was a massive undertaking, but it also presented an opportunity for hands-on learning. 

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