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Seventh round of name-based rationing system for at-home COVID-19 rapid test kits, fifth round of free rapid test program for children six and under, and third round of free rapid test program for elderly people 65 and older to begin on November 1; people can purchase/collect test kits with their NHI cards

Date:2022-10-26

On October 26, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that the seventh round of the name-based rationing system for at-home rapid test kits, the fifth round of the program to provide a pack of five free rapid test kits to each child aged six or under (born on or after September 2, 2016), and the third round of the free rapid test program to offer five free rapid test kits to each elderly person aged 65 or older (born in 1957 or earlier) will begin on November 1, 2022.

In each round, people can buy up to six packs of rapid tests at a time or different times (without limit) and can have a person collect/purchase rapid tests on their behalf. One pack (five rapid tests) is still priced at NT$500. People who need rapid tests and are eligible to get them can purchase/collect rapid test kits by presenting their NHI cards at NHI-contracted pharmacies or public health centers which sell rapid test kits under the name-based system.

Source from : https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/oNzP3mIGs1enmTe-u0TV1A?typeid=158

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