How to Get Free Covid-19 Tests Shipped to Your Door

Brittany Enn

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free covid testing informationCOVIDtests.gov

COVID-19 tests are getting harder to find, and the wait to get an in-clinic test can take days. Luckily, you can now have 4 completely free tests shipped directly to your door through COVIDtests.gov.

Every US household is entitled to 4 free tests that will ship within 7-12 days. These are "rapid antigen at-home tests, not PCR." The tests are FDA-authorized, take less than 30 minutes to result, work on even asymptomatic infected individuals, and are easy to use.

You do not need to give any personal identifying information aside from your mailing address and name. No credit card or shipping cost is required! Also included in those entitled to the tests are those living overseas for military duty and diplomatic addresses. You may choose to provide an email address for tracking information.

It is recommended that you use these tests if you begin to develop symptoms of COVID-19, after five days of direct contact with an infected individual, and any time after being in contact with a large group of people.

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In the meantime, you can try these other routes to stay safeCOVIDtests.gov

Need a test now? COVIDtests.Gov recommends the following:

  • Check local retailers and pharmacies for rapid at-home tests.
  • Check with your insurance provider as they may now provide reimbursement for up to 8 at-home COVID-19 tests every month! Learn more here
  • Visit one of 20,000 testing sites. Find the nearest one to you here.

Visit COVIDtests.gov today for your 4 free COVID-19 tests, shipped directly to your door!

Other ways to stay safe while you wait on your tests include following CDC guidance on masking, social distancing, handwashing, and quarantining when necessary.

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