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Backed by millions in public and private cash, rapid COVID-19 tests are coming to stores near you

But even as entrepreneurs race their products to market, armed with millions of dollars in venture capital and government investment, the demand for COVID testing has waned. Manufacturing and bureaucratic delays have also kept rapid tests from hitting store shelves in large numbers, though the industry was energized by the Food and Drug Administration’s greenlighting of two more over-the-counter tests Wednesday.

Corporate giants and startups alike plan to offer a dizzying array of test options, most costing between $10 and $110. Their screening accuracy varies, as does the way consumers get results: collection kits mailed back to a lab, devices synced with artificial…

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