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Austrian pharmacies begin distributing free Covid-19 antigen tests

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Vienna (Austria), Feb 1 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Jordi Kuhs).- Austria has started to distribute free Covid-19 antigen tests, a total of five per person and month, which can be performed at home. Every citizen over the age of 15 and with a health card can collect their monthly supply at one of the 14,000 pharmacies in the country. About 600,000 units of these rapid tests will be available this week.FOOTAGE OF COVID-19 ANTIGEN TESTS THAT ARE BEING OFFERED AT AUSTRIAN PHARMACIES.

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