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FDA EUA Authorized OTC at-Home Self Test, Results in 15 Minutes with Non-invasive Nasal Swab, Easy to Use & No Discomfort.
  • FDA Authorized 15-Minute Self-Test: The test is a 15-minute self-test to detect whether or not an individual has COVID-19. The test can be completed in the comfort of your own home without the need to ship your sample to a lab.
  • The iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test is a lateral flow assay intended for the qualitative detection of nucleocapsid protein antigen from SARS-CoV-2.
  • Easy to Use with Zero Discomfort: Test can be done by inserting 1/2 to 3/4 inch of a simple non-invasive nasal swab. Step-by-step instructional videos are available in our app (Installation of app is optional).
  • For Ages 2 and Above : The self-administered test is recommended for individuals aged 15 years and older. Adult-collection is required for testing children 2-14 years old.
  • Manage Group Testing Via Mobile App: The iHealth Test app allows the administrator of a small group to monitor and track the group members' test results as needed at school, work or an event.
https://www.amazon.com/iHealth-CO...164&sr=8-3 Now $19.80, Usually ships within 2-3 weeks

Good alternative for those unable to find the 2-pack of BinaxNow covid tests at Walmart for $14, and certainly better than Walgreens' $25 price tag IMO.
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UrbanEric asked this question on 01-03-2022 at 11:11 AM
01-03-2022 at 03:31 PM
Pretty much yes. Testing strips are going out of stock everywhere so if you see it available for online shopping it's a deal. In theory production will be ramped up but as more places are considering requiring a negative test to say go to school etc demand is going to dramatically outstrip production so prices will likely go up
GreenBorder604 asked this question on 01-03-2022 at 06:33 PM
01-04-2022 at 01:18 PM
Of course it does, just you do not know which one.
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They are actually a little cheaper if you go through Ihealth's website. Faster ship times too
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They are actually a little cheaper if you go through Ihealth's website. Faster ship times too
Yeah, but I'm getting $5 for shipping two tests directly from ihealth.
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$6 for 3 shipping ..... 5 business days before they ship..
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This is free shipping
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Amazon has had them available at this price for a while. I ordered several about a week ago and they were delivered yesterday and today.

For what it's worth, I used 4 of them on the same person over about a 15 hour period and got 2 positive, 2 negative. That's antigen tests, for you. If you need to rely on the result, test twice. And if you get two different results, just assume they're positive.
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Does insurance reimburse for these types of over the counter rapid covid tests? I know Biden made a speech that they will, but not sure if this is a reality in practice.

This is not meant to be a political post so please don't waste time if you don't know the answer to the question and just move on.
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Does insurance reimburse for these types of over the counter rapid covid tests? I know Biden made a speech that they will, but not sure if this is a reality in practice.

This is not meant to be a political post so please don't waste time if you don't know the answer to the question and just move on.
I don't believe until Jan 15 and beyond.
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Amazon has had them available at this price for a while. I ordered several about a week ago and they were delivered yesterday and today.

For what it's worth, I used 4 of them on the same person over about a 15 hour period and got 2 positive, 2 negative. That's antigen tests, for you. If you need to rely on the result, test twice. And if you get two different results, just assume they're positive.
False positive rate is very low. False negative rate is pretty high. So if you get any positive results at all, there's a good chance you have COVID-19. If you get a negative result though, that shouldn't be counted on.

https://www.healthline.com/health...ovid-tests
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Yeah, but I'm getting $5 for shipping two tests directly from ihealth.
I got $4 to ship one kit, $7 to ship 4 kits. If you are buying more than a couple, buying direct at $13.98/ea plus shipping is in fact the better deal. Expect the price on Amazon to go back to $14 after supplies increase.
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I got $4 to ship one kit, $7 to ship 4 kits. If you are buying more than a couple, buying direct at $13.98/ea plus shipping is in fact the better deal. Expect the price on Amazon to go back to $14 after supplies increase.
That's what I did. Comes out cheaper via iHealth if buying a few kits.
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Sure beats the $24 I paid for one at Walgreens over the holiday.
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Are these sufficient for travel requirements?
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Did not see it authorized by fda for travel. Check specific list for your travel company.
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Are these sufficient for travel requirements?
you are going to take the indicator with red lines with you?
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