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HIGH POINT, N.C. -- A High Point business is shifting its focus to health care as coronavirus cases climb in North Carolina.
HIGH POINT, N.C. — A High Point company is adding temporary medical structures to its offerings. Holt Marketing Environments is building infection control stations and kiosks to help healthcare facilities test, assess, and quarantine patients during COVID-19. Officials say the goal is to help combat the virus and keep people safe in different settings.
TRIAD Business Journal
Holt Marketing Environments is using its foundation as a trade show setup builder to filling a need in the response to the spread of COVID-19.
Anyone who’s watched the news in the last two weeks knows that one of the coming big demands during the coronavirus pandemic is a need for more medical facilities – and now a High Point business, better known for creating spaces at trade shows, is taking part in that effort by adding temporary medical spaces to its line of offerings.