There is now a way for you to order four at-home COVID-19 tests for Free.

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According to WGEM, starting today, Americans can order four at-home COVID-19 tests for their families. All you have to do is go to the website covidtests.gov to place your order. If this is something that you are interested in getting I would order today, there is a limited amount of supplies for those wanting free tests.

You won't get these tests right away, shipping will not start until late January. As long as you have a residential address you can order these tests which are limited to four tests per household. Also, if you need more than four tests and you have to buy take-home tests from online or in stores, make sure you contact your health provider to find out about getting reimbursed for your purchases. Keep your receipt of all transactions so you have proof of purchase fo for your insurance company.

I have ordered my test (which I do not need but want to make sure I have just in case) and it took me about five minutes to fill out the information and that's it. I will be notified when the tests are on their way.

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