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IDAHO: Free HIV Tests Available in December


Bonners Ferry Herald Online (11.19.2013) Aids Weekly Plus

An article in Bonners Ferry Herald Online reported that all five offices in the northern counties of Idaho’s Panhandle Health District each will offer free rapid HIV testing on two dates during the month of December in honor of World AIDS Day. The offices have a limited number of test kits, so call for appointments at the following Panhandle Health District offices on the following dates:

• Sandpoint, 1050 Michigan, Sandpoint, Idaho, December 2 and 5, (208) 263–5159.

• St. Maries, 137 N. 8th Street, St. Maries, Idaho, December 2 and 16, (208) 245–4556.

• Hayden, 8500 N. Atlas Road, Hayden, Idaho, December 4 and 6, (208) 415–5270.

• Kellogg, 114 Riverside, Kellogg, Idaho, December 6 and 13, (208) 786–7474.

• Bonners Ferry, 7402 Caribou, Bonners Ferry, Idaho, December 6 and 13, (208) 267–5558.

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