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BERLIN, GERMANY - AUGUST 06: A participant submits for an express PCR test for Covid-19 outside the KiKat Club prior to taking part in an experimental, limited opening of Berlin nightclubs during the coronavirus pandemic on August 06, 2021 in Berlin, Germany. Six clubs are participating in the pilot project dubbed "Clubculture Reboot“ and have invited approximately 2,000 people to take part. Participants will undergo PCR tests today and early next week and party away throughout the weekend. The project has been launched by Berlin's Club Commission in cooperation with city authorities and Charite Hospital and is meant to help evaluate a framework for reopening Berlin's many clubs. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

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If you live in the state of South Carolina, head to your local SC DHEC location. You can get up to 5 at-home testing kits per person. Once you complete a small slip of paper with your information on it, a nurse will come out and bring your kits. The results can take approximately 3 days to receive. Inside the testing kit is a pre-paid Fed Ex slip that you would use to mail the kit off. The test is done through saliva testing.