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If you are a homeowner and eligible, the Heating Equipment Repair and Replacement benefit can help you repair or replace your furnace, boiler and other direct heating equipment necessary to keep your home's primary heating source working.




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These at-home OTC COVID-19 diagnostic tests are FDA authorized for self-testing at home (or in other locations). This means you collect your own sample, perform the test, and read the result yourself without the need to send a sample to a laboratory.


There are two types of COVID-19 diagnostic tests, molecular and antigen, which detect different parts of the virus. Most authorized at-home OTC COVID-19 tests are antigen tests, and there are also a small number of authorized at-home OTC COVID-19 molecular tests.


Authorized at-home OTC tests are available without a prescription and are typically available online or at local stores. Testing and other protective steps like wearing a mask and COVID-19 vaccination are important to stop the spread of COVID-19 infection.


The table below lists FDA-authorized at-home OTC COVID-19 diagnostic tests, and includes information on expiration dates, who can use the test, and other details that may help you decide what test is right for you. To see complete information on smaller screens, select the blue plus (+) button beside the test name.


The table includes links to home use instructions for each test. For more information about each test, including the Letter of Authorization and authorized labeling, see In Vitro Diagnostics EUAs: Tables of IVD EUAs.


To see if the expiration date for your at-home OTC COVID-19 test has been extended, first find the row in the below table that matches the manufacturer and test name shown on the box label of your test.


Let others in your community know about the availability of free test kits The COVID-19 At Home Testing Digital Toolkit contains a variety of messages and graphics in English and Spanish that you can use on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, or Twitter. Use these tools to tell people in your community how they can order free at-home tests. 041b061a72


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