Once again you can get up to 4 free COVID-19 tests here in New York.

The United States Postal Service is again sending out up to 4 free Covid-19 tests to residents all across the country.

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The program was stopped last March as funding ran out, but with an uptick in positive cases, funding has been made available again and so you can now get your tests for free.

According to USPS.com, you can order up to 4 free tests per household. They will be shipped to you directly from the United States Postal Service for free as well.

All you have to do is enter your name and address using the online form to place your order. You can order them HERE.

Here is what you need to know about the free kits.

  • Only 1 order per household may be placed, regardless of the size of the household
  • Each order will be shipped in 1 package containing 4 tests
  • An order number will be provided after order entry
  • A tracking number will be sent upon shipment of the order if you provided an email address

If you think that you have COVID-19 you are encouraged to get a test done by a professional. COVID-19 tests are still being conducted at Doctor's offices, and local pharmacies, You can find a testing site near you by clicking HERE.

Officials are also encouraging everyone to get the COVID-19 vaccine and the booster shots if possible. To find a vaccine site near you, click HERE.

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