MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Twin Cities singer-songwriter Jeremy Messersmith gave the internet an intimate look Monday at what it’s like to get tested for the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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He says he had some symptoms and a doctor told him to get tested. So he kept his camera rolling as he got swabbed at a Brooklyn Park drive-up clinic.

“The swab is kind of invasive, it’s a deep-nasal swab,” Messersmith said.

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He says it’s uncomfortable and triggers a sneeze.

Messersmith is home resting for now, and he expects his results in three to five days.

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