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You Shouldn’t Have to Pay $24 for a 2-Pack of At-Home Covid Tests

Getting tested for Covid is a social good. It only makes sense for governments to help pay for it.

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The arrival of Omicron in the U.S. has meant that at-home rapid tests have become nearly as hard to find as a PS5. The tests sell out online at places like Walmart (which sells Abbott’s…

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James Surowiecki

James Surowiecki

I’m the author of The Wisdom of Crowds. I’ve been a business columnist for Slate and The New Yorker and written for a wide range of other publications.

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