The Clark County Public Library will begin offering free, take-home COVID-19 test kits, to the public beginning in early April. The library will receive a limited supply of the kits to distribute to the community. The State of Ohio is partnering with distribution sites throughout the state, like libraries, to make testing for COVID more accessible to its citizens.
According to Library Director Bill Martino, “We feel that this is a way in which we can do our part to help eradicate the pandemic by providing free COVID rapid tests to Clark County residents. The test will be distributed to residents at our five locations using contact-less curbside delivery thereby mitigating any potential COVID transaction between library staff members and those requesting a kit.”
The test kits will be available for pick-up at any Clark County Public Library location, via the library’s curbside service only. More details on how the public may reserve and pick-up the kits will be announced in the coming weeks on the library’s website and social media channels.
As the Clark County Public Library and their staff are not trained medical professionals, we are not able to answer medical questions related to the test kits. We are also unable to assist with any diagnosis questions, test results, or instructions on how to properly administer the test. Please discuss any questions of this nature with your healthcare provider.
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