CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WCNC) — United States Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar traveled to Concord, North Carolina, Thursday to talk with front line medical workers inside an Atrium Health mobile testing site.Part of the secretary's visit to the Charlotte area included a roundtable discussion with state and local health officials to learn more about their needs, and to take a tour of MED-1, which is part of Atrium's COVID-Safe effort. MED-1 will provide a secondary treatment area during this week's NASCAR races, allowing staff to identify and isolate potential coronavirus cases. Everyone who enters Charlotte Motor Speedway grounds will receive a screening. Secrtary Azar took time to speak exclusively with WCNC Charlotte on how North...
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