Illinois to spend $225 million on COVID-19 saliva tests in middle and high schools, even as vaccines open up to kids 12 and older

2021-05-12 21:30:18
The state funding for tests, however, has limits. The money can only be used to purchase tests developed by U. of I., though some schools already use other vendors. SafeGuard Surveillance, for example, is employed at some elementary schools, including Wilmette Public Schools District 39, and dozens of other public and private schools.

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