As COVID-19 cases surge, so do complaints about testing sites, including in Fort Collins

After spending time in her hometown for the holidays, Colorado State University student Amanda Ruybal had been back in Fort Collins for about a day when the symptoms started.

First it was a stuffy nose. Then came the chest tightness, a sore throat and some fatigue.

Before long, Ruybal learned her dad had tested positive for COVID-19 back home, so she rushed to a testing center in midtown Fort Collins for some peace of mind.

Two weeks later, she's still waiting for her...