Wisconsin officials have partnered with a medical testing company to provide free at-home COVID-19 tests as the state set a new record for disease-related deaths. (Dec. 22)
TONY EVERS: Testing will be even easier with the addition of the Vault Medical Services at-home COVID-19 testing kits. These kits will be available to Wisconsinites at no cost, and anyone can get one by ordering their test kit online.
The kit includes detailed instructions on how to collect saliva for testing and where to send the kit for processing to get your results. Just like a nasal swab test, the saliva test will tell you if you have active COVID-19 infection.
ANDREA PALM: This is more important than ever. In recent weeks, we've seen a decrease in the number of people seeking COVID-19 tests, so let me remind you. If you need a test, you can get a test.