In the News: UC San Diego Distributes COVID-19 Tests through Traditional Glassfronts

Jan. 7, 2021

As reported this week by dozens of the nation’s leading papers and news media, students at a California college can now obtain COVID-19 tests as easily as getting a protein bar. The University of California at San Diego has placed 11 conventional 72” tall, six-shelf spiral vending machines around its campus filled with nasal test packages. The tests vend for free; a return drop box is placed next to each machine. Check out UC San Diego’s Facebook page.


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