Testing helps us to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and should be used alongside our best tools to stop this pandemic—getting vaccinated, getting boosted, and wearing a high filtration mask in indoor public settings. Now, every U.S. household can order up to four free COVID-19 tests through a new federal program, and at-home tests are covered by insurance.
Use our new toolkit to help answer questions in your community about the different kinds of COVID-19 tests that are available, when individuals should take a test, how to get free tests, and what to do after they get results. Visit our updated Answers to Tough Questions for additional messaging guidance on COVID-19 testing.
Download all seven graphics in English here, and click here to download the graphics in Spanish. (Note that the following images are sized for Twitter, and Instagram-sized images are in the folder).
- Along with getting vaccinated, getting boosted, and wearing high filtration masks, testing continues to be one of the best tools to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Learn more about the different types of COVID-19 tests available and where to get them here: [insert link to your local/state landing page]
- Regardless of vaccination status, if you’re experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19–take a test. Learn more here: [insert link to your local/state landing page]
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- Además de vacunarse, ponerse la vacuna de refuerzo y usar mascarillas de alta filtración, hacerse la prueba sigue siendo una de las mejores herramientas para prevenir la propagación del COVID-19. Infórmese aquí sobre las pruebas de COVID-19 disponibles y cómo acceder a ellas: [insert link to your local/state landing page]
- Aunque esté vacunado o no, si tiene síntomas de COVID-19 o si ha estado expuesto a alguien que tiene COVID-19, hágase una prueba. Infórmese más aquí: [insert link to your local/state landing page]