Students at a California college can now get a COVID-19 test as easily as buying a bag of chips from a vending machine.
The University of California at San Diego began offering the tests through campus vending machines Monday as part of a bid to have students and staffers tested weekly, Fox affiliate KSWB-TV reported.
Students began returning from the holiday break Monday.
The school posted a list of some of the vending machine locations on Facebook on Saturday.
There are drop boxes next to the machines for kits to be returned for testing.