Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Resources Featured Story - Home Slider Health News Federal website for free at-home COVID tests launches Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) 01/19/22 | DailyTrib.com The federal government has launched a website where Americans can order a free set of four at-home COVID-19 rapid tests. The ordering process at COVIDtests.gov takes little time. The only information required is your name and mailing address. You may enter an email address for shipping notifications. Each household is allowed one free set of four individual rapid antigen COVID-19 tests, which give results within 30 minutes and work whether or not you have symptoms, according to the website. The tests will start shipping by U.S. Postal Service in late January and should take about seven to 12 days to arrive after they are ordered. For more information, visit the website’s frequently asked questions page. firstname.lastname@example.org DailyTrib.com See author's posts Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Tags: at-home rapid COVID tests, COVID-19, COVIDtests.gov, free COVID-19 tests Continue Reading Previous Wintry blast blowing into the Highland Lakes; roads might get icyNext BCISD daily attendance declines due to COVID, but state funds should not You Might Like Burnet Featured Story - Home Slider News News By Town Malfunctioning heater sparks fire at Burnet school; no injuries 11/29/22 | Dakota Morrissiey Business Featured Story - Home Slider Granite Shoals News News By Town Granite Shoals Dollar General closed for fire code violations 11/29/22 | Dakota Morrissiey Featured Story - Home Slider Picayune Magazine Last chance to vote for your 2023 Locals Love Us favorites! 11/29/22 | DailyTrib.com 1 thought on “Federal website for free at-home COVID tests launches” There is nothing free about them. Where did the money come from that our government used to pay for these too-late-in-the-game, conveniently-timed tests? Comments are closed. DailyTrib.com moderates all comments. Comments with profanity, violent or discriminatory language, defamatory statements, or threats will not be allowed. The opinions and views expressed here are those of the person commenting and do not necessarily reflect the official position of DailyTrib.com or Victory Media Marketing.