The U.S. Postal Service is offering Third Round of Free Covid Test Kits by mail. Users can order online at www.covid.gov/tests. The United States government is providing another round of free COVID-19 at-home test kits to every residential address in the country.
The tests can be ordered online from the US Postal Service at www.covid.gov/tests. They can also be ordered by calling 800-232-0233 or 888-720-7489 between the hours of 8 a.m. and midnight, seven days a week.
This is the third batch of at-home test kits available for purchase by address. The first two rounds each included four tests per order. The most recent round allows for eight tests per address. However, if you missed out on the earlier allotments, you can still place an additional order and receive an additional eight kits.
How to Order USPS Free COVID Test Kits in USA
Visit https://covidtests.gov/ and click on “Order Free At-Home Tests.” Once you land on the USPS site, add your contact information and shipping address. Identification, credit card data or health insurance information is not required.
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Each household is limited to a total of 16 tests per residential address. Packages are usually shipped within seven to twelve days of being ordered.
The new round of tests will ship in two packages. Shipping is free and you’ll be provided with a tracking order to track via email or text. Residential P.O. box addresses are also eligible to receive test kits, and sites such as the UPS Store or FedEx Office.
The US government requests that you inspect the package to ensure that you received the correct number of test kits and that they have not expired. The Food and Drug Administration has more information about at-home COVID-19 test kits, including shelf life in this page.
People with health insurance can also be reimbursed for up to eight tests per month, with no out-of-pocket expenses in some cases. Check with your insurance company to see if any local pharmacies provide free tests, and if not, how to file a claim for reimbursement.
The kits include antigen tests that determine whether a sample taken from your nostrils contains a protein that binds to the coronavirus’s RNA. They provide results quickly and cheaply — boxes of two tests cost between $16 and $24 in stores — but more expensive molecular tests can detect lower levels of the coronavirus in your system.
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