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Fort Knox Hospital Now Screening Eveyone Who Enters

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The Ireland Army Health Clinic at Fort Knox is beginning an enhanced COVID-19 screening process for anyone who enters the facility.

Those arriving at the clinic for an appointment will be met at the door by screeners who will ask three questions recommend by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Army post says the process should last only a few minutes, and will help determine if anyone entering the building needs further medical assessment for possible coronavirus infection.

Fort Knox currently has no known cases of COVID-19.

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