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archived – Home Testing & Treatment for COVID-19


The Home Test To Treat program provides free COVID-19 & flu tests, as well as access to free telehealth care regardless of your insurance status. This program ensures individuals can test & be treated for COVID-19 or the flu in the comfort of their own homes.

Click here for more information on how to sign up.


You must be at least 18 years old to participate

If you are not currently positive for COVID-19 or Flu:

  • You may enroll to receive free at-home tests for COVID-19/Flu if you are an uninsured or underinsured adult, on Medicare, Medicaid, in the VA healthcare system or receive care through the Indian Health Service.
  • If you later test positive, you can receive free telehealth care and treatment (if prescribed)

If you are currently positive for COVID-19 or Flu (Influenza):

  • You may enroll to receive free telehealth care and treatment (if prescribed) regardless of insurance status. Please note that if you are currently positive at the time of enrollment, free at-home tests for COVID-19/Flu will not be available.

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