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  4. How Accurate Are At-Home COVID Tests? Here's What to Know

    www.nbcchicago.com/news/coronavirus/how-accurate...

    If you think you were exposed to COVID or might have it, how accurate are the results of an at-home test? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "positive results from...

  5. How Accurate Are At-Home Covid Tests? Here’s a Quick Guide

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    Some of the at-home rapid antigen tests have an overall sensitivity of roughly 85 percent, which means that they are catching roughly 85 percent of people who are infected with the virus and...

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  7. Are At-Home COVID Tests Accurate Enough? - Verywell Health

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    At-home COVID tests can be very accurate, but their accuracy depends on several factors. Verywell / Joules Garcia PCR Testing PCR testing is recognized as the most accurate type of testing, but it’s not perfect. Sometimes, a person who is sick will continue to test positive even when they are no longer capable of spreading the virus. 7

  8. How Accurate Are At-Home COVID Tests? It Depends on When You ...

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    Despite the positives, like widespread availability and quick results, at-home tests aren't recommended in all situations. Generally speaking, rapid test sensitivity is typically 10-20% lower than...

  9. How accurate are at-home rapid tests for COVID-19?

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    Then you place the wand into a cartridge, which goes into a cartridge reader for about 20 minutes. You need to download an app to see the results. Accuracy: The Cue COVID-19 test correctly gave a positive result 92% of the time compared to PCR. In the same study, the test correctly gave a negative result 98% of the time.

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  10. They’re usually processed in a laboratory and are generally more accurate than antigen tests, but results can take longer. At-home rapid tests are antigen tests, which use a different mechanism to detect infection.

  11. How accurate are at-home COVID tests? When to take them ... - nj

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    Here’s what the CDC says about the accuracy of at-home COVID tests: Positive results are highly reliable. You should stay home for five days and isolate from others. Negative results, however, are...

  12. What's the Most Accurate At-Home COVID Test? - Verywell Health

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    In general, when a person is infected with COVID-19, molecular PCR tests can accurately detect the virus 99% of the time. This is called the sensitivity of the test. The sensitivity of rapid antigen tests is lower, at 90%. 5 Test Sensitivity

  13. COVID-19 testing: When to test, how accurate are home tests ...

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    If you’re taking an at-home COVID-19 test, consider any positive result to mean you have COVID-19. You don’t need to confirm with a PCR test. (Even if it’s an extremely faint line, you should consider yourself infected and isolate.) If you’re unclear about what your test result says, isolate and repeat the test in six to 12 hours.