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Kroger Developed COVID-19 Tests For Their Employees

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Kroger Developed COVID-19 Tests For Their Employees

Kroger Developed COVID-19 Tests For Their Employees

Kroger is giving its employees access to an at-home COVID-19 testing kit.

Employees will video chat with a medical professional while taking the test to ensure proper sample collection.

Employees will then send the test sample to a lab via overnight shipping.

They will receive results within 24 to 48 hours, according to Business Insider.

Kroger is giving its employees access to the free at-home COVID-19 tests starting this week.


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