Free COVID-19 at-home test kits are coming to 21 Fairfax County, Virginia, public library branches starting Friday.
The BinaxNOW test kits will be available at each of Fairfax County Public Library’s 13 open community branches and eight regional branches on Dec. 3.
The county warns that quantities are limited. You don’t need to show proof of residency or have a library card.
The library branches are open Monday through Saturday; the eight regional branches are open seven days a week. Get more info about branch hours and locations on the library’s website.
“Libraries are trusted community hubs, and we are pleased to support public health initiatives like this partnership with the Virginia Department of Health,” Fairfax County Public Library Director Jessica Hudson said in a statement.
Those who take the tests should get results in 15 minutes.
More information is available online or by calling 1-877-829-4682.
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