Dozens Line Up for Free At-Home Rapid Tests at DC Library

People were lined up before 10 am outside Washington’s Anacostia Neighborhood Library on December 22, after it was announced that free at-home rapid antigen COVID-19 testing kits would be distributed starting at noon.

The library was one of eight public libraries in the capital where residents could pick up free kits that day. A maximum of two kits per day would be distributed to residents, and proof of residency in the District of Columbia would be required, DC Health said. Credit: Troy Donté Prestwood via Storyful

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