The Associated Press reports:
The Biden administration is again making some free COVID-19 tests available to all U.S. households as it unveils its contingency plans for potential coronavirus surges this winter.
After a three-month hiatus, the administration is making four rapid virus tests available through covidtests.gov starting Thursday, a senior administration official said.
The administration is putting personnel and equipment on standby should they be needed to help overwhelmed hospitals and nursing homes, as was necessary in earlier waves of the virus.
Read the full article. The CDC recommends checking the expiration dates on home testing kits. If you ordered the free tests in the first round, they may have expired by now.
Ahead of potential coronavirus surges, the Biden administration is again making free COVID-19 tests available to all American households. https://t.co/WQ59n1I044
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