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New Hampshire Liquor Stores To Sell Coronavirus Rapid Tests

January 27, 2022

In New Hampshire, the state runs the liquor stores — and it will use those stores to sell coronavirus rapid tests.

New Hampshire will make 1 million rapid tests that it has ordered available for purchase at state-run liquor stores for $13 apiece, according to WMUR. The state’s Republican governor, Chris Sununu, confirmed it via tweet on Wednesday, January 26.

“Today the Executive Council approved our request to sell 1 MILLION at-home rapid tests at our state liquor stores at-cost,” Sununu tweeted on Wednesday. “We expect they’ll hit shelves within the next 2 weeks. In addition to tax-free liquor and lottery tickets, you’ll be able to grab a tax-free test!”

New Hampshire has no broad-based state sales tax.


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