The website to order free at-home COVID tests from the government is in testing. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said every website launch comes with risks and possible bugs, but that they have the best tech teams monitoring the site to ensure a successful launch. Tests will ship seven to 12 days after they have been ordered.       Several international airlines are cancelling flights to the U.S. Wednesday over 5G concerns. Emirates, Air India, All Nippon Airways, and Japan announced they are canceling flights over worries about the potential impact 5G cell phone service could have on airplane technologies. On Tuesday, President Biden said his administration has been working with wireless carriers and airlines to "chart a path forward for 5G deployment and aviation to safely co-exist."       The congregation at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh is reaching out to support a Texas Synagogue that was attacked over the weekend. Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, who survived the deadly 2018 mass shooting at Tree of Life, said yesterday his heart hurts for the members of Congregation Beth Israel in the Dallas area. On Saturday, a gunman held several hostages at the synagogue for hours before being killed by an FBI rescue team.       Obamacare enrollment is at a record high. On Thursday, federal officals said 14-point-two million people signed up for coverage. The deadline to sign up was Saturday, so the final numbers are still being figure out. However, it's clear 2022's coverage beat the previous record set in 2016 when 12-point-six million people signed up for coverage.        Jamaica's 4-man bobsled team is going to the Winter Olympics for the first time in more than two decades. The Jamaicans will compete in three events at the Winter Games in Beijing: the 4-man and 2-man bobsled, and the women's monobob. Jamaica last competed in 4-man bobsled at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan but the country had 2-man teams in five consecutive Olympics from 1992 to 2014.