Is your address invalid on COVIDTests.gov? Here's what to know

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The federal website where Americans can request free, in-home COVID-19 tests kits launched Tuesday and promptly came down with a case of the hiccups, as some apartment-dwellers or others living in multi-unit buildings couldn’t place their orders.
The Biden administration touted COVIDTests.gov, where the free tests can be ordered through the Postal Service, with no shipping fee — but with a limit of four tests per address.
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Website for free at-home COVID-19 testing runs into some ordering issues
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