Rapid antigen testing kits
Get free rapid antigen testing kits from a pharmacy in your community.
Last updated: April 11, 2022
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Rapid antigen testing kits are free for everyone. A pharmacy should never ask you to pay for a kit.
Visit your local pharmacy and ask for your testing kit. Anyone can ask for a kit. You don't have to show ID.
If you can't go to a pharmacy, a friend or family member can pick up a test kit for you.
A test should only be used by people who develop symptoms of COVID-19 and want to confirm a positive or negative result.
- Kids 14 years and younger shouldn't use a test without adult supervision
- Tests are not suitable for international travel requirements
Each kit comes with instructions on how to use the tests. You can also ask the pharmacist if you have questions. Download instructions:
I tested positive
If you get a positive result, you should:
I tested negative
If you get a negative result, it means that COVID-19 was not detected.
Self-isolate until your symptoms improve and you feel well enough to return to regular activities.