What will your child's testing experience be like?

COVID-19 tests given at school are supervised by trained professionals, and the tests are quick, easy, and painless. Depending on the type of test, you’ll get the results in as ​little as 15 minutes, while others may take 24 hours. ​And don’t worry, results will only be shared in a way that protects your child’s privacy.Transcript: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/videos/school-testing-experience/School-Testing-Experience-Transcript.pdf

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