Some COVID-19 testing sites operated by the company Curative closed Thursday due to a high percentage of employees testing positive for COVID-19.
Okeechobee County government officials said they were notified that all sites statewide operated by Curative were closed. However an official with the Village of Wellington said their testing site was not affected.
Okeechobee County government officials announced later in the day that their site would reopen for normal business hours on Friday, January 7, 2022.
Aside from the testing site in Okeechobee, Curative operates testing sites in Stuart (Martin County Department of Health drive-thru at 3441 SE Willoughby Boulevard), Wellington (12072 Forest Hill Boulevard), West Palm Beach (Universal Church at 854 Conniston Road), and Pompano Beach (Universal Church at 4051 N. Federal Highway).