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Mercer County transitions from mail order to pickup for COVID-19 testing

by Community Contributor

On Nov. 30, 2022, Mercer County will be ending the mail-order at-home COVID-19 testing program through the website www.mercercares.org. The Mercer County Division of Public Health (DoPH) is transitioning to distribution of rapid take-home COVID-19 tests.

County residents will no longer be able to receive COVID-19 tests in the mail. Instead, moving forward, free take-home rapid COVID-19 tests will be available at all scheduled Mercer County DoPH clinics.

County residents are encouraged to use up and mail in any remaining tests received through the Mercercares website, and should do so at least one week ahead the Nov. 30 close. No tests will be processed after Nov. 30, 2022. Any questions can be directed to [email protected].

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