COVID-19 Pop-up Testing Site Closes After Visiting Code Enforcement in Fort Myers


A visit from Fort Myers Code Enforcement resulted in the closure of a COVID-19 pop-up site in Fort Myers.

The site advertised a free PCR test.

The Code of Enforcement investigator told WINK News the site was closed because it was operating without a business tax receipt.

They ordered a shutdown until they could supply one.

The site is not affiliated with the Florida Department of Health.

That does not necessarily mean that the site will not provide accurate results. The lab the site claims to use is federally approved.

The couple that run the site came to the US eight months ago from Colombia.

They said they were hired by a manager at the pilot company “SNT Biotech” to find Americans and work in areas with a large Hispanic population in the community.

Couples test patients with a QR code that takes them to a website called, which is a government-approved lab.

Patient fills in name, address, driver’s license photo, and insurance card photo.

It’s unclear if the site will reopen.

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