Access to rapid tests for COVID? Some employers make it easy.
Hundreds of thousands of at-home testing solutions are held by wealthy companies whether employees work in the office or not.
By Alan Goforth|January 13, 2022 at 01:29 PM
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Rapid at-home COVID-19 tests are one of the latest topics in the hot-button issue of health equity. The ability of people to quickly access a test may be related to their occupation, “The Washington Post” reported.
Workers at corporate giants such as Google and JPMorgan Chase can request tests be sent to them free. At Google, employees can receive as many as 20 tests per month, even if they’re not going into the office. The National Basketball Association and National Football League provide frequent testing to players to ensure they can travel and play. Other companies such as Microsoft and Mastercard offer a combination of at-home and in-person testing.
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