U.S. government suspends free COVID-19 tests

U. S. Government suspends free covid-19 tests

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The U.S. government announced that they’re suspending providing free COVID-19 tests as of September 2, due to a lack of funding. Yahoo Finance Senior Writer, Anjalee Khemlani, breaks down the news.

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