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NYS Correctional Facilities, located in the Bronx, NY, has just received its first-ever certification to test for COVID-19 using COVID detection technology.
The certification is an effort to further increase the accuracy of COVID testing and protect inmates from COVID exposure, as well as prevent further spread of COV-19 through the general population.
It comes as COVID is expected to spread rapidly across the US.
In addition to COVID monitoring, Nys Correctional Facilities is also working on other COVID prevention efforts, such as a new drug-resistant COVID vaccine, which has already been approved for use in some states.
The certification will allow Nys to more easily detect and test for the virus, and will also allow NYS to monitor inmates at other facilities, which would help them to prevent other infections and spread.
According to a press release from the Bronx County Correctional Facility, the new testing facility will help inmates “to become more confident about their ability to be tested for COV.”
“We will be able to better serve our residents and better protect our community from the spread of this disease,” said Mark Mazzucato, a spokesman for the Bronx county’s Public Health Department.
“We’re not going to be able, as we have done in the past, to have a full-time COVID response and COVID control team on site at any facility that has not been tested.”
The certification comes as the city of New York has announced that it is going to deploy COVID units in every state.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has called on the state to put more COVID equipment in prisons and jails to prevent further spreads of the disease.
“The Governor has called for an immediate and full-scale deployment of the state’s first COVID facility,” the state said in a statement.
Since COVID was first detected in New York in the early 2000s, the state has deployed thousands of CONV-1 and CONV2 testing labs to control the spread.
In New York, more than 1,000 people have died and more than 3,000 have been treated for CONV.
COVID-15, which is spread by close contact with infected respiratory droplets, is expected spread faster and more virally, but is still the most contagious and deadliest disease.