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A doctor performs a Covid-19 rapid test on an employee in the Covid-19 intensive care unit (Photo by Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images)

A Denver woman named Jessica received a strange voicemail from the Tri-County health department received and voicemail letting her know that her text results were in. She couldn’t figure out what they were talking about because she had not been tested for anything. She called back and an employee for the health department told her that she had tested positive for Covid-19. After some investigating a spokesperson said NextCare made a COVID reporting error and said Jessica was never actually tested. He said the health department has done everything on their end to delete her information out of their data systems, however NextCare has not reached out to her despite multiple requests.

 

Colorado woman receives positive COVID-19 test results, but says she was never tested

DENVER, Colo. - When a Denver area woman received a voicemail from the Tri-County Health Department letting her know test results were in, she was puzzled because she did not have any recent medical tests. She called back and said an employee for the health department told her that she had tested positive for COVID-19.