Some rapid tests sent home from N.S. schools say they've expired. They haven't

Some rapid tests sent home from N.S. schools say they've expired. They haven't

Some rapid tests sent home from N.S. schools say they've expired. They haven't Province is seeking clarification from Ottawa and test manufacturer Some rapid COVID-19 test kits sent home with Nova Scotia children in pre-primary to Grade 6 are marked with an expiry date that has already passed, but the province says they are still fine to use. Dr. Robert Strang, the province's chief medical officer of health, said his team is waiting for clarification from Ottawa and the manufacturer about the actual expiry date. It's either six months or one year longer than the May 2021 date some stamps indicate. "There's been a … somewhat confusing communication on expiry dates between us and the federal government and the manufacturer," Strang told reporters Thursday. Some families may have already received …
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