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White House resumes program sending free COVID tests to households
Some cities start to recommend indoor masking due to surge in flu, RSV, COVID
FOX Business Madison Alworth joins ‘Varney & Co.’ to discuss how New York City and L.A. County are beginning to recommend indoor masking in public places.
The White House is making some free COVID-19 tests available to all U.S. households again as health officials continue to caution about the spread of respiratory viruses.
The website COVID.gov/tests – as well as its U.S. Postal Service counterpart – was once again accepting orders from U.S. households after stopping in September due to insufficient funding to replenish the nation's stockpile.
With case increases projected around the December holidays, the Biden administration said it would focus efforts on making pandemic tools more "widely available and accessible," including vaccines, tests and treatments.
On Thursday, the government announced the "COVID-19 Winter Preparedness Plan" ahead of an "increase in COVID-19 cases this winter."
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