More than 4,500 rural health clinics across the US received a total of $225 million from the HHS through the Paycheck Protection Program and the Health Care Enhancement Act as part of efforts to improve COVID-19 testing access in rural communities. Each clinic site will receive around $50,000, and the funding can be used to buy testing supplies, train providers and clinic workers on testing processes, and report testing activities to HHS.
HHS gives $225M to rural clinics to boost COVID-19 testing
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