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In this file photo, Cpl. Carley Frazier, left, and Pvt. Unique Honeycutt verify a patient's information before administering a test at Copperas Cove Fire Station #2 on May 14.

Nine positive results from coronavirus tests came from three separate days of mobile testing in Coryell County over the last two weeks, according to a news release from Gary Young, the emergency management coordinator for Copperas Cove.

The testing was on May 4, May 11 and May 14 at Gatesville Civic Center and Copperas Cove Fire Station No. 2 as well as other locations in the county. Over the three days there were nearly 500 tests administered, according to the release. Of those tests, nine of them came back positive, 464 came back negative and five of the results are pending.

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