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The public will pay 10 Leva for antigen tests provided by the state

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Contracts have been signed with 162 medical establishments and laboratories on the territory of the country for providing and performing rapid antigen tests, the Ministry of Health has announced.

These hospitals and laboratories will work with tests provided free of charge. The public will only pay for the testing and for the administrative work connected with the registering of the results. The maximum cost of the test certificate will be 10 Leva (around 5 euro).

The result of this kind of test is only valid for two days. 

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