How much does a California hospital charge for COVID-19 tests?

by Ars Technic article The California Department of Public Health says the state is providing $200 per test, and that the tests should be done every six months for up to four years.

But the price is for a service that should be covered by insurance, not by the state.

In other words, the state’s price is to cover COVID vaccines that are expensive to produce.

So what about the cost of COVID tests, and what is covered?

There are a number of reasons why the state will charge a high price for COVRIs, and it is not just about cost.

If the cost is too high, then you can get COVID vaccine from a number in between.

But some of the prices will be even higher than the ones in California, and the tests will likely be given only after the vaccine is already in use, according to The Times.

That means that the price will go up every time a test is given, and even if the state can find a way to make it affordable for people to afford the test, that could be difficult.

The state has not said how it will pay for the tests, nor how many people will be required to get a COVID test, or what the price of a COVRI will be.

This story was updated at 12:45 p.m.

ET on March 3, 2017 to include the department’s statement about the test.

The article was updated on March 5, 2017 at 8:53 a.m., to include comments from the Department of Health.