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Twitter reacts to IMMY Labs state funding shortfall, potential stoppage of free COVID-19 testing by Thursday

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Workers prepare a sample at the Cleveland County Health Department COVID-19 Drive-Thru Test Clinic on April 9, 2020.

In a Tuesday night Norman City Council special session, Norman Mayor Breea Clark announced the extra money the state provided to continue free testing at Norman’s IMMY Labs will run out by Thursday. 

OU and Norman community members on Twitter voiced their frustration with state leaders, among other reactions:

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