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Beginning September 25, the federal government is again offering free at-home COVID-19 tests mailed directly to your home. Every U.S. household is eligible to order 4 at-home COVID-19 tests.
How to Get Tested in Vermont
At-home antigen tests (also called rapid tests or self-tests) meet many testing needs and may be available at pharmacies and retail stores in Vermont.
Buy online or in pharmacies and retail stores: Now that the Public Health Emergency declaration for COVID-19 has ended, health insurance plans may no longer cover the costs of these tests. Please contact your health insurance company directly to learn more.
Search online for locations that offer no-cost COVID-19 testing: Find a location convenient for you, then visit the provider’s website to make an appointment. Use the CDC No-Cost Testing Locator tool
Contact your health care provider: Medical practices may offer other COVID-19 testing options.
Vermont towns, libraries, food shelves, and community organizations can request free at-home tests to distribute to their communities. Get started by filling out the request form.