In the KARE 11 interview, CIT’s Chris Wills said the problems started in the spring, when many schools had to cancel their in-school testing dates due to the virus.
“You had a growing number of families that would normally be spread out over multiple tests, multiple months, who are now all at the exact same time trying to register for the same very few tests that do exist,” Wills said.
And that’s when everything came crashing down.
“There were just so many families trying to register for the test and it just overwhelmed the system,” Wills said.
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