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A half a million testing kits from South Korea arrived in Maryland over the weekend. According to Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday, his wife First Lady Yumi Hogan helped to close a deal with a laboratory there.

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The test kits arrived Saturday at BWI. A Korean Air Boeing 777 arrived without passengers, but instead with 500,000 test kits, giving Maryland the capability of increasing testing.

The testing kits are from LabGenomics as a part of Operation Enduring Friendship and cost $9 million.

Source: CBS Baltimore

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