Drive-up testing for COVID-19 at the South Central Kansas Medical Center in Arkansas City over the last couple of days, has gone pretty well according to Marketing Director Trevor Langer, who says the hospital had hoped to do at least 10 tests a day for the two days, and they managed to meet that expectation. He also said if the hospital decides to participate in future mass testing, it would partner with local agencies and businesses as a group effort. The hospital conducted the drive up testing on Monday and Tuesday this week, and those tested were not required to be sick… in fact, they didn’t have to exhibit any symptoms… just a desire to be tested for their own piece of mind. As of Monday afternoon, 260 tests coronavirus tests had been done, and data provided by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment showed Cowley County with a testing rate of 7.10 tests done per 1,000 residents, below the 15.36 rate statewide. Just three people had tested positive.