Flo Rida is making sure as many Florida residents can get tested for coronavirus as possible as his home state prepares to reopen the economy.
Flo Rida is doing his part to make Florida's reopening as safe as possible by launching a COVID-19 mobile testing site. The rapper has teamed up with his own personal doctor and business partner, Dr. George Tabi, to develop the $1.5 million healthcare initiative. The site, which they've named the Asktabs Mobile Wellness Center, boasts a staff of up to 14 people, who will conduct coronavirus tests on Floridians who are fixing to back to work soo . The site aims to test up to 1,500 patients per day.
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Last week, the AMC conducted its first round of tests on a total of 30 employees from the Miami company, Metro Wrapz. Although the testing site is a resource available to anyone, their main priority is to test businesses' staff in order to assist in getting healthy employees back to work once the state reopens the economy.
Flo Rida and Dr. Tabi have partnered up in the past to launch their brand, Jet Setter, an immune-boosting, CBD-infused daily vitamin gummy. The two of them have even repurposed the van that they previously used for their gummy business as their primary mode of transportation for the mobile testing site.