The Health Resources and Services Administration today awarded $100,000 each to more than 4,200 rural health clinics to maintain and increase COVID-19 testing; expand access to testing for rural residents; and broaden efforts to mitigate COVID-19’s spread in ways tailored to their local communities.

HRSA plans to award $35.3 million in additional funding to eligible RHCs later this summer.

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