The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has expanded its partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation through Project Act to provide 180,000 COVID-19 test to 36,000 households located anywhere in the state of Michigan free. Previously, tests were only available in select zip codes. Residents can request the tests through the end of August. Households will receive one kit containing five tests. All households in the state of Michigan can order their free COVID-19 tests through AccessCovidTests.org. Each household will receive one kit with five tests, typically within a week of ordering. Individuals without internet access can contact 211 for help ordering tests. For more information about testing, visit Michigan.gov/Coronavirus.
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