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NEW YORK – Color, the California-based genetic testing company known for providing hereditary risk testing for cancer and cardiovascular conditions, said on Tuesday that it will soon begin providing COVID-19 testing.

The company is opening a new lab in Burlingame dedicated to SARS-CoV-2 testing and is adapting its existing software infrastructure to make it easier for doctors to order testing and return results.  

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