Here’s how to order free At-Home COVID test kits.
At-home Coronavirus tests are accessible to be delivered for free to families across America.
Starting Monday, September 25, you can order up to four free tests for every family.
The tests can be ordered in the same fashion as previous batches from the U.S. government – via COVIDTests.gov. Orders will ship free starting the week of October 2 by the United States Postal Service.
When ordering, you’ll be asked to input your name and address. An email address is optional if you’d like to receive tracking information.
Twelve makers that utilize many individuals in seven states from California to Maryland were granted funds to deliver 200 million over-the-counter tests to recharge bureaucratic reserves for government use, as well as create an adequate number of tests to satisfy the need for tests requested on the web, the Department of Health and Human Services said last week.
How to manage expired Coronavirus test kits
You might have a few old tests buried at home. Before you toss those out to account for the new ones, you can check, assuming they’re usable regardless of termination.
The FDA has rattled off which tests are usable past the lapse date. You can check if they are usable or not.
The new tests being delivered before long are intended to recognize Coronavirus variations at present circling and are expected to be utilized before the year’s over, authorities said. The tests will likewise remember directions for how to confirm expanded termination dates.
It’s possible you may get older tests that appear to be past their expiration date in the mail, but officials said they are only sending out tests that have received extended expiration dates by the FDA.