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Student self-testing to be launched next week

By: J.S., STA

Student self-testing will be launched next Monday, but only for some secondary school students for now, Health Minister Janez Poklukar said.

Others, including older primary school pupils, could start taking swabs a week later or as soon as possible. Student self-testing remains voluntary and will be conducted at home. Initially it had been planned that the self-testing would start in schools on 16 April, however the situation hit a standstill due to delays in testing kits deliveries, which then had to be certified by health authorities.

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