CHICAGO (CBS) -- A chain of pop-up COVID-19 testing centers did not reopen Saturday as planned.
Sites that are run by the Center for COVID Control, based in Rolling Meadows, are shut down until further notice.
The move comes after the Illinois attorney general got several complaints ranging from fake test results to unsanitary conditions.
The sites have been closed for a week.
The AG's office told the company to stop any fraudulent or deceptive conduct.
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