Google has updated its coronavirus illness (COVID-19) policy to now allow the sale both in paid ads (Google Ads & & Shopping) and totally free listings (on Merchant Center) of at-home COVID-19 test kits. Google said just “test kits that are authorized by the FDA or your local governing body will be allowed.”Google published the policy update and wrote “starting in September, we are unwinding the limitation of particular coronavirus (COVID-19) associated products on Shopping advertisements and complimentary listings. Products like clothing, test kits, house goods, and so on that were formerly disapproved due to the COVID-19 delicate occasion are now eligible to serve on Shopping ads and free listings. Due to this change, at-home COVID-19 test sets are now permitted on Shopping advertisements and totally free listings. Only test kits that are authorized by the FDA or your regional governing body will be permitted. We will accept test kits where the sample is gathered and evaluated at house or test kits where the sample is collected at home and then sent out to a laboratory for analysis. All items must also stick to the particular legal requirements of the countries where they are offered.”I understand the United States federal government made an offer with a number of merchants to have them sell these packages at expense, I purchased a few at Walmart for $14 the other day, however you can most likely find them at Walgreens, CVS and other retailers both online and in the physical stores.So if you are aiming to promote these products, you now can on Google.Forum conversation at Twitter.