We Have The Link To Order Your Free COVID-19 At Home Test From The Federal Government.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The Federal Government just launched its website for anyone and everyone to order “at home” COVID-19 test kits for free. The program was in a multi-city trial run for several days, but is now open to the public.
The tests are similar to the tests distributed by Palm Beach County earlier this month. They can not be used for travel documentation or other situations where legitimate proof of a negative test is needed, but they are a very good way to let you know if that sniffly nose is a winter cold or COVID.
The Federal Government worked with the United States Postal Service to store and deliver the at-home tests. They are set to be delivered within a few days of the order being placed. It appears there is a limit of four per home, unless there is a record of more than four people living in the household. The tests are absolutely free, regardless of whether or not you have insurance.
Here is the link for accessing the order form. If the link does not work, access it directly at CovidTests.gov.
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