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Friday May 22, 2020 (1 week, 6 days ago)


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Last week, Marlborough Hills Administrator Ron Doty got an email confirming receipt of a $25,000 wire transfer to a company called Orig3n Incorporated.The transfer secured 250 COVID-19 tests that Doty needed to cover every employee at the rehab and health care center. The kits arrived the next day.As staff at Marlborough Hills Rehabilitation & Health Care Center administer the tests, the swabs are packaged up and sent back to the Boston-based lab, which will analyze them [...]

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