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Austria offers self-tests for Covid-19 in pharmacies


As part of a mass-testing strategy, Austria offers self-tests for Covid-19 in pharmacies with five tests given to each person for free. Already used in schools, the 'short nose' swab tests are intended for personal use. They are not officially recognised for travelling or getting an appointment at the hairdresser. IMAGES

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