The lower price for Covid tests will come into effect in Spain on Saturday January 15
“The debate we had before or during this Christmas has been, above all, about the supply of these tests; there was an exponential increase in demand but not in supply,” President Sanchez said before the meeting. “This issue has already been resolved; now we will take control of the price of antigen tests.”
Earlier in the week the PP had called on the government to set the price of at-home kits to just two euros and to make them free for low-income families, while other political parties have demanded that antigens be available for sale in supermarkets and larger stores.
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Source: Murcia Today