With COVID-19 cases on the rise in America, now would be a good time to reorder new at-home rapid tests. If you think you've been exposed, not feeling so hot and don't want to deal with the hospitals or go to urgent care to get tested, these self-testing kits will ease your mind with fast results to help keep your family healthy. The free COVID-19 at-home tests are accurate, very convenient and easy to us. Everyone is the U.S. is eligible!

Order your free at-home COVID-19 tests from the U.S. government now at COVIDtests.gov. In April, the Trump administrations lead coronavirus task force Doctor Deborah Birx, warned that Americans should be “preparing right now for a potential surge in this summer across the southern United States.” The Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center showed a seven-day average of 119,725 cases as of Saturday. Last year on May 28, 2021 that figure we had 17,887 cases. There is some good news, and that is there are fewer COVID-19 related deaths than this time last year.

NZ Government Approves COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Testing For Select Businesses
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NZ Government Approves COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Testing For Select Businesses
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New Zealand Government To Pilot Rapid Antigen Testing As COVID-19 Screening Tool
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Rapid Antigen Tests Approved For Australians To Test For COVID-19 At Home
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New Zealand Government To Pilot Rapid Antigen Testing As COVID-19 Screening Tool
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NZ Government Approves COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Testing For Select Businesses
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The latest seven-day average of 470 deaths reported on Friday May 27, 2022 is down from 637 on the same day last year. a sign of increased immunity through vaccines and prior infections, along with wider availability of treatments. According to NPR, the seven-day average for COVID-19 cases in the U.S. headed into Memorial Day weekend is more than six times what they were a year ago. So, long story short, health experts are warning all Americans to exercise caution ahead of a possible surge.

How you can slow the spread of COVID-19

Ramp back up on washing your hands more often with soap and water when you are not home, sanitize your hands as soon as you get in the car. Keep your mask handy in case people around you are coughing or sneezing and you feel uncomfortable. All of these preventive measures will help slow the spread of COVID-19 Keep in mind, the virus lives on surfaces and spreads via human to human contact.

Be safe and stay healthy everyone.

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