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Additional free Covid-19 residence checks available on order

American families can now order four additional Covid-19 checks home – with no value – through the federal government.

As of Monday, residential households in the United States can place an order through for four individual rapid COVID-19 antigen tests. Orders will begin shipping on November 27, according to USPS. People without an Internet connection can call 1-800-232-0233 (TTY 1-888-720-7489) to request checks.

The American authorities suspended the rapid check distribution program in early May, then reopened it in September. Residents who have not placed an order since the program reopened can place two orders, which can present eight checks in total, according to USPS.

The Covid-19 rapid checks will be carried out at home and can be used whether or not someone has symptoms. The controls are expected to operate until the end of the year; Some of the dates on the checks might indicate that they are expired, but the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has extended those dates.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Management and Prevention recommends that people get tested if they have Covid-19-like symptoms, including a sore throat, runny nose, lack of smell or taste, or fever. People may also need to check before attending a large event, such as a concert or conference, especially if people are not up to date on their vaccinations. There are antiviral drugs to combat Covid-19 and the flu, and the tests can also help decide which remedy is needed.

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