Why say YES?
- Help reduce COVID-19 spread by testing at home and getting results in just 10 minutes
- People who don’t have symptoms can still spread COVID-19, so testing is critical to knowing if you're infected
- Along with vaccination, wearing a mask, hand washing, and physical distancing, frequent at-home testing protects our loved ones
- Know more, live safer, and get back to the people and things you love sooner
Who should test?
Anyone age 2 and older can participate. Frequent testing is especially important for those with more exposure outside the home, such as kids in school or people who spend time in a group setting — whether vaccinated or not!
Vaccination, along with testing, is the best way of preventing COVID-19 spread. COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective at preventing infections, hospitalizations, and deaths. However, even fully vaccinated people have a chance of becoming infected and spreading the virus, so testing remains important for everyone.
Anyone age 5 and older is now eligible for vaccination. COVID-19 vaccines are free of charge to everyone living in the US, regardless of immigration or health insurance status. Visit vaccines.gov to learn more.
Our Digital Assistant can help
While your test kit includes complete instructions, we also have a Digital Assistant to guide you through the whole process and remind you to test two times per week.
Want to help more?
Are you without symptoms but worry about your risk of COVID-19 infection because of work, school, or recent exposure? See if you are eligible for an NIH funded study called Test Us At Home, which will provide you home tests for two weeks at no-cost. You will be provided up to $250 in incentive for doing regular home-based COVID-19 testing in the study. Please click "Learn About The Study" for more information.
Earn up to $35
Receive a $10 gift card for completing a short survey after you've used all your tests. The survey takes about 10 minutes and asks about your testing experience. And, receive a $25 gift card if you report your test results using the Digital Assistant.