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September 25, 2023

Reminder: Covid-19 program to provide free Covid-19 home tests to Americans reestablished

CNN reported the US government will relaunch a program to provide free Covid-19 home tests to Americans as new variants continue to alarm health officials. 

Beginning Monday, September 25, 2023, US households can order four free tests from Covidtests.gov. The relaunching of the program comes as Covid-19 hospitalizations rise in the US with weekly admissions in September 2023 more than triple what they were in July 2023.

Click the text highlighted in color below for the most recent COVID-19 data posted on the Internet by NYPPL's COVID-19 consultant, Isaac Michaels.

N.B.: Michaels revised this information on his Internet site routinely as the respective underlying data sources are updated. His website serves as a valuable resource for those interested in epidemiology and data science.

 

Click HERE to access Michaels' site on the Internet.

 

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