... antigen tests from COVIDtests.gov as part of the Biden administration's effort to increase coronavirus testing.
People in the UnitedStates can order four more free, at- home rapid
19 antigen tests from COVIDtests.gov as part of the
administration's effort to increase coronavirus testing.
The program is run in partnership with the U.S.
began during the
surge in December. Entering a U.S. home address at COVIDtests.gov will create a free order for ...
Americans can order free COVID- 19 test kits from the federal government again.
Americans can order free
- 19 test kits from the federal government again.
The U.S. government will mail
tests to people who order them through the UnitedStatesPostalService. Each order consists of four rapid antigen tests and will ship free - there is an order limit of two per residential address - for a total of eight tests - according to the USPS website.
announced that the federal government ...
... force Wednesday to enforce the new sanctions imposed by the U.S. on Russia.
previewed the creation of the unit in his
State of the Union
address, saying it would go after the crimes of Russian oligarchs. Tonight, I say to the Russian oligarchs ... ... the Russian government to continue this unjust war. The task force will call on agents from the
U.S. Marshals Service
, as well as law enforcement components of other departments, including
the Secret Service
Postal Inspection Service
Homeland Security Investigations
, are part of the Marshals Service.
Oligarchs, be warned, Deputy ...
... lifecycle emissions as it works to speed U.S. government purchases of greener products.
The government, which buys goods and services worth more than $650 billion a year, plans to reduce emissions by 65 percent by 2030, on the path to net zero emissions ... ... will try to consume only carbon-free and non-polluting sources of electricity.
urged the U.S. to do so. The PostalService decided to rethink its plan to buy a new multibillion-dollar fleet of primarily gasoline-powered delivery vehicles....
... spending habits during the pandemic, with more people retreating from cash and opting for phones and computers to pay for goods and services online.
As the shift to a cashless society speeds up, millions of people may be left behind as a result of
's ... ... customers before the closures to discuss alternative payment methods, a spokesman said, along with the rollout of a new nationwide postal cash delivery service.
The cuts came after consumer organisation
revealed that more than 200 post offices ...
... five years to build thousands of electric vehicle charging stations.
In November of this year, Congress approved funding to states as part of a $1 trillion infrastructure bill.
wants Americans to move away from gasoline-powered vehicles ... ... for commercial electric vehicles, US $3.5 billion for converting US factories for EV production and US $9 billion for the US PostalService and federal government to buy EVs and charging stations.
... security bill specified 14 areas for government review: electric, gas, petroleum, running water, telecommunications, broadcasting, postalservices, finance, credit cards, railway, trucking transport, international cargo, aviation industry and airports.
According to ... ... details, such as the outline, parts and components, and the entities that will maintain and manage the systems, to the respective state ministers.
If businesses fail to submit the documents or submit faulty documents, a prison term of up to two years or a ...
... Photo Oprah WASHINGTON, February 2, Reuters - The White House and Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday urged the U.S. PostalService USPS has reconsidered its plan to buy a new multi-billion dollar fleet of primarily gasoline-powered delivery vehicles
... ... supplemental environmental impact statement.
In February 2021, the USPS awarded a $482 million contract to Oshkosh's defense unit, which will make the next-generation vehicles, which could potentially be worth $6 billion.
U.S. Postmaster General