It seems like at-home COVID tests are something that every household should have in their bathroom medicine cabinets, kind of like thermometers and bandaids.

As we enter the endemic phase of COVID, we are all seeming to learn to live with the disease. Hopefully you are vaccinated and will consider receiving boosters as warranted.

But, it seems that even though people have been vaccinated, they are becoming infected with COVID. It's important to be able to test yourself if you start to have any of the COVID symptoms

Here's your opportunity to receive 5 FREE at-home covid tests! All of Maine is eligible through a program called Project ACT (Access Covid Tests)

This program is a cooperative effort from the Rockefeller Foundation, state health departments, CareEvolution, iHealthLabs and

It took less than a minute to order my tests last week and I had them within a week. You can order yours HERE

As of July 8th, 2022, the FDA extended the shelf-life of the iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Tests to 12 months.

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