Here's how to get free COVID tests delivered to your door right now

Can't find a COVID test in a store? Do you want to wait in line for hours to take a test and possibly get Covid while you're there?

If you're in the U.S., you can get free COVID tests delivered right to your door.

Here's how.

The United States Postal Service has a website where you can sign up for four free tests.

You can go to either of the websites at or

Click the green "Check Out Now" button if you fill out your name, address, and email.

The USPS form is very easy to fill out. The Mashable Screenshot is credit.

And that's it! The USPS will send you an order of four COVID tests for absolutely free by the end of January. The order will be shipped within a few days. You can sign up for a single order of four tests.

If you order now, you will likely get your order in ahead of most people. The US government's official website for this program,, was supposed to begin signups on January 19. The USPS site went up early, so you can sign up now.

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There have been a few scattered complaints on social media regarding issues signing up for a test if you are in an apartment building. The USPS' system doesn't recognize each apartment as a separate unit. Other apartment building tenants have said they have had no issues ordering a test for their apartment number if you run into a problem.

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Some people who live in apartments connected to commercial buildings have reported an issue. The program is only for residential addresses.

If the issue is fixed for those affected, we will update this piece. We contacted the USPS for comment.

The Biden administration finalized the program with the USPS to deliver 500 million free at- home COVID tests as part of the government's response to the spreading omicron variant of the virus.

The White House's original position seems to have changed with the program.
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The idea of sending every American a free COVID test was ridiculed on social media by the White House Press Secretary when she brought it up when answering a question from a reporter. Maybe this is proof that pressuring politicians on social media works.

Hopefully, the free tests will help curb the Omicron variant as the U.S. prepares to enter its third year of the COVID-19 epidemic.