“If you ordered the free tests, I’m announcing tonight that you can order another set of tests. Go to Covidtest.gov starting next week and you can get more tests,” President Joe Biden said on his Tuesday. State of the Union address.
In January, the government kicked off an effort to offer free rapid antigen tests to any household that requests them through that website or by calling 800-232-0233. There is a limit of four tests per residential address.
Webpage now says every home in the US can order an extra set of four tests starting next week.
In December, the President announced plans to deliver half a billion tests to Americans by mail, as the Omicron variant was growing across the US.
White House press aide Kevin Munoz said the Biden administration initially offered 500 million free tests, but less than 300 million were ordered, White House press aide Kevin Munoz said.
The White House previously said the tests were expected to be carried out about seven to 12 days after they were ordered.
Covid-19 has killed more than 952,000 people and infected about 79.1 million in the United States as of January 2020, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
“Stop seeing COVID as a partisan line and see what it is: a horrible disease,” Biden said in a tweet following his announcement. “Let’s stop seeing each other as enemies – and start seeing each other for who we really are: fellow Americans.”
Two administration officials told CNN the White House will roll out a new strategy in the next phase of the coronavirus pandemic response on Wednesday, outlining a vision that involves less disruption to the coronavirus pandemic. everyday life while preparing for the unpredictable potential of another game-changing variation.
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https://abc13.com/free-at-home-covid-19-tests-us-government-president-joe-biden-state-of-the-union/11613869/ Americans can order another round of free Covid-19 home testing next week from the US Government