White House: COVIDTests.gov will distribute free rapid tests starting January 19th

The site is live, but you won’t be able to order tests until Wednesday. The White House has announced that people will be able to order free COVID-19 tests from COVIDTests.gov starting on Wednesday, January 19th. This follows a promise that the government would be setting up a website to distribute 500 million tests, which President Joe Biden announced in December. You’ll only have to put in two pieces of info to get a test shipped to you — your name and address. In its announcement, the White House said the tests will ship through the US Postal Service “within 7–12 days of ordering.” Currently, the limit is four tests per residential address. To order their tests, the only two things people will need are their name and residential mailing address. Tests will typically ship through the mail within 7-12... Continue reading…

White House: COVIDTests.gov will distribute free rapid tests starting January 19th
The site is live, but you won’t be able to order tests until Wednesday.

The White House has announced that people will be able to order free COVID-19 tests from COVIDTests.gov starting on Wednesday, January 19th. This follows a promise that the government would be setting up a website to distribute 500 million tests, which President Joe Biden announced in December.

You’ll only have to put in two pieces of info to get a test shipped to you — your name and address. In its announcement, the White House said the tests will ship through the US Postal Service “within 7–12 days of ordering.” Currently, the limit is four tests per residential address.

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