How do I order the free At-Home rapid testing kit?

Order tests from the Federal Government

Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 3 sets of 4 free at-⁠home tests. If you already ordered your first or second set, order a third today. Visit covidtests.gov to order your free tests. Need help placing an order for your at-⁠home tests? Call 1-800-232-0233 (TTY 1-888-720-7489).

Pick up a test at a local community distribution center

Many locations across the state are partnering with CDPHE and local health departments to distribute at-home rapid antigen tests. Use the Map of Test Distribution Locations to find a location near you. There is a limited amount of test kits available, and it is possible a location may not have supply on-hand when you visit. 

Information after testing 

Once you have your test results, please follow these instructions on how to interpret and report your results.

If you have symptoms, you should get tested immediately and isolate. You may visit Testing for COVID-19 for a list of more than 100 free state-sponsored COVID-19 testing sites across the state.


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1. Should I get tested?
2. Where can I get tested?
3. What should I know about At-Home testing?
4. How do I order the free At-Home rapid testing kit?
5. How can I get to a testing site if I don’t have transportation?
6. If I have no symptoms, should I get tested for COVID-19?
7. What is the difference between the tests available?
8. Should I get tested if I think I have been re-infected?
9. What about COVID-19 at-home tests if I am blind or low vision?
10. Where can I get ongoing care including primary care if I am uninsured?
11. How much does it cost to get a COVID-19 test?
12. What about antibody/serologic testing?
13. Where can I find more testing resources and information?
14. What should I bring when I get tested?
15. How do I get my results from my test?
16. How soon will I get my results?
17. What is the difference between a rapid test and quick lab turn-around time?
18. How are rapid COVID-19 tests different from other tests?
19. What are the different types of rapid COVID-19 tests available?
20. What should I know about rapid testing before getting a rapid test?
21. What questions should I ask the site that is conducting rapid testing?
22. What options are there for a homebound person to get tested or vaccinated?
23. What are the requirements for travel?