Plumas County Public Health distributed 600 at-home antigen COVID tests two weeks ago and were expecting another 3,000 the following week. That didn’t happen. Then they were expected to arrive today, Jan. 26. That also isn’t going to happen.
When Plumas News inquired, a Public Health spokesman said that the county is hopeful that some will arrive a week from now, but that’s not guaranteed. When they arrive, an announcement will be made and they can be picked up at the locations designated in the flier below (this represents some changes from earlier distribution points).