Free Covid Testing

Free Covid Testing is Now Available

At-Home Testing and Testing Locations

Biden Administration Free at-Home Covid Test Kits

Beginning on Jan. 19, 2022 all households in the US became eligible to order up to four free (rapid antigen) home-based Covid tests.  As of now, every household in the US is eligible to order a second set of four free (rapid antigen) home-based Covid test kits.  If you previously ordered tests kits for your household, you may now order four additional tests for free, up to eight Covid home based tests total.  If you haven't ordered your free home-based rapid antigen Covid tests, you may place two separate orders per household to receive up to eight test kits.  Registration is online; the tests will be mailed to the home. View the White House Fact Sheet.

     Update 5/17/22: Every household in the US may place a third order to receive 8 more additional free covid home test kits.                         Update 12/15/22: Every household in the US may place another order to receive up to 4 more additional free covid home test kits. 

For more information and to order the tests visit

Home Test Kits may have extended their expiration date:  Click the link here to see if your covid home tests have an extended expiration date.

Viral Testing

See the CDC’s recommendations for who should be tested, how to get tested, and what to do after you are tested.

Additional places to get tested: 

Test to Treat: Covid Testing and Treatment

Through the Biden-Harris Administration some covid testing sites can provide covid testing as well as they have the capability to prescribe treatment for covid if it is appropriate for the individual who tested positive and provide the medication/prescription at the same location.

For more information about test to treat, click here.

To find a test to treat location near you, click here.

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