UNDATED (LEARFIELD) — COVID-19 testing providers in Minnesota are reporting few people are showing up to be tested for the virus.

After championing a plan to complete more than ten-thousand COVID-19 tests each day, the Walz administration says they don’t think the lack of demand means fewer people have symptoms.

Instead, they believe most people haven’t gotten the message and still think tests are not available.

According to the Health Department, 90-percent of Minnesotans live within an hour of a testing site and anyone with symptoms of respiratory illness should be checked.