Unless you Work for Google or Play in the NBA, Rapid Coronavirus Tests are Hard to Find

© Jae C. Hong/AP Rapid coronavirus tests are hard to find — unless you work for Google or play in the NBA

While many Americans scramble to track down increasingly scarce rapid at-home coronavirus tests, they are abundant for white-collar employees of some of the country’s biggest companies.

Workers at corporate giants such as Google and JPMorgan Chase can request tests be sent to them free. At Google, employees can receive as many as 20 tests per month, even if they’re not going into the office. Delta Air Lines allows its flight staff and corporate employees to order sets of six antigen tests every three weeks.

Sports leagues like the National Basketball Association and the National Football League provide frequent testing to players to ensure they can travel and play for their teams. Other companies such as Microsoft and Mastercard offer a combination of at-home and in-person testing.

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SOURCE: The Washington Post, Gerrit De Vynck, Jacob Bogage

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