Will the state lab have the capacity to process the additional tests that this plan will require?

KHEL has increased its testing capacity to handle additional volume. KHEL can comfortably handle 4,000 tests per day and during surges can quickly ramp up operations to support up to 7,500 tests per day.

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1. Why is this change in testing strategy occurring?
2. What organizations are impacted by the change to KDHE’s testing strategy?
3. Is this related to the Employer Testing Playbook announced October 26th, 2021?
4. What is the timeline for implementing these changes to the Unified Testing Strategy?
5. How will these changes impact testing availability across Kansas? 
6. Will the state lab have the capacity to process the additional tests that this plan will require?
7. How will KDHE maintain capacity for testing in case of a surge in COVID-19?
8. Where can I find FAQs specific to the type of testing program?