The U.S. Postal Service has started taking requests for nothing at-home Covid test units.
The site COVIDtests.gov was initially scheduled to start taking requests on Wednesday. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the site is in the “beta testing” stage and “will be sent off officially tomorrow first thing [Wednesday].”
Every family request will contain four fast tests, which the Postal Service says will be transported for nothing “in late January.”
The White House says it will focus on shipments to Americans from ZIP codes that have encountered high paces of COVID-19 cases and passings, with the first 20% of every day’s requests going to those areas.
There will likewise be a telephone number so those without admittance to PCs or rapid web can put orders.
Exactly 700,000 individuals were on the test unit site at one point Tuesday evening. (Click here to perceive the number of clients are on the site.)
Some on Twitter revealed issues with orders from occupants of high rises with various units being informed that somebody from that family had effectively requested the tests. As indicated by the Associated Press:
President Biden last week reported that the organization intends to purchase 1 billion at-home tests for Americans and furthermore said the White House will make top notch veils accessible free of charge, with subtleties coming out this week.