The Southern Nevada Health District has started providing at-home test kits for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
The program, Collect2Protect, allows users to order an at-home HIV test kit for free. The kit allows users to get their results at home.
Test kits for chlamydia and gonorrhea are also available for a fee, SNHD said. They said there are about 10,00 people in Clark County living with HIV, with 448 of them diagnosed since 2019.