Fargo airport provides virus testing to arriving passengers

FARGO, N.D. (AP) — The North Dakota Army National Guard began providing rapid coronavirus testing to people arriving at Hector International Airport in Fargo.

The tests were being offered for free to people on arriving flights in an effort to catch new infections from spreading in the community. The tests are expected to take 15 minutes to give a result.

Over the last two weeks, North Dakota has seen a 68% decline in the average number of new cases reported each day.

An average of about 199 new cases was reported each day over the last week.

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