Carilion Clinic officials said today 165 tests have been run for the Coronavirus at Roanoke Memorial Hospital – none have been positive to date but only about a third have come back from the lab. Carilion Clinic president and CEO Nancy Agee and several colleagues said they are freeing up extra bed capacity, along with adding to test kits and respirator stocks, in case a COVID-19 outbreak does occur in the Roanoke Valley. Department of Medicine chair Dr. Paul Skolnick had this warning however: