The Biden administration on Tuesday quietly launched its website for Americans to request free at-home COVID-19 tests, but modelers forecast 50,000 to 300,000 more Americans could die by the time the wave subsides in mid-March.
A USPS website is accepting orders for four free tests, a day ahead of schedule.
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The tests will be provided at no cost, including no shipping fee. The White House said "tests will typically ship within 7-12 days of ordering."
What you need to know about ordering free tests, plus eligibility requirements and insurance reimbursement.
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Tennis superstar Novak Djokovic has admitted he broke isolation rules while COVID positive, insisting it was an "error of judgement".
Things to know today: Signs show omicron may be nearing peak in U.S. with sharp drop in cases predicted; schools to get more COVID tests; and Fauci fires back.
What are Americans worried about?
Starting Saturday, private health insurers will be required to cover up to eight home COVID-19 tests per month for people on their plans.
One mom said she feels like she's endangering her kids' health. Another said she feels lonely and exhausted by the pressure of what to do. And a father said he and his wife live in fear that their daughter's school will close.
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THURSDAY, Jan. 6, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- The Abbott BinaxNOW and Quidel QuickVue -- two widely used rapid at-home COVID tests -- may sometimes fail to spot evidence of the Omicron variant in the first days after infection, even when people are carrying substantial levels of the virus, preliminary research suggests.
The US Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday that quick antigen tests people take at home may be less sensitive to picking up the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, but health officials say they're still a useful tool.
With coronavirus cases surging once again, frustrated Americans are struggling to get tested days before Christmas as long lines and increased demand overwhelm some facilities across the country.
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"We've come a long way," Hochul said, noting vaccines, booster shots and testing are more available.
Home test kits can add a layer of safety by providing on-the-spot results. The tests are not as accurate as the PCR tests done in hospitals an…