Michigan to distribute 250,000 free COVID-19 tests 

The state of Michigan will distribute 250,000 free COVID-19 tests to 50,000 households through a partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and state health officials said Jan. 31 

Households in eligible ZIP codes in Berrien, Genesee, Kent, Macomb, Muskegon, Oakland, Saginaw and Wayne counties, and the city of Detroit, are eligible to order one kit containing five tests from the Project Act website. Additional test availability is anticipated in future phases of the program.

"Testing is critical to helping Michiganders protect themselves and their loved ones as we face the omicron variant of COVID-19," the governor stated. "I am grateful to the Rockefeller Foundation and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services for teaming up to deliver 250,000 tests to families in counties across the state." 


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