TULSA, Okla. — Many groups around Tulsa are committed to helping the community despite the pandemic.
Hope Testing Clinic is closed right now, but the staff continues taking calls and delivering at-home HIV testing kits.
"If someone is concerned about having or spreading the virus, they can stay in their own car or their own home and have extremely limited interaction," said Jeremy Simmons, clinic coordinator with Health Outreach Prevention Education, Inc.
Normally they want anyone to be tested, but right now, they are asking only higher risk people to contact them for a test.
If you are low-risk or just want a maintenance test, Simmons says you can donate blood, because blood donations are scanned for HIV and other things.
If you would like to learn more information about Hope Testing Clinic, click here.
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