The U.S. military says it has plenty of coronavirus tests ready to meet demand. But not everyone meets requirements to get tested. Military family members and retirees covered under Tricare and veterans using the Department of Veterans Affairs health system can receive a test for the novel coronavirus, formally known as COVID-19, but only if they meet certain conditions, officials said. Read more on Military.com.
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