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  2. COVID-19 Rapid Tests Now Available at Pharmacies - Healthline

    The products available now are: The Ellume COVID-19 Home Test Kit – $38.99: Ellume is the first rapid, fully at-home test to receive emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug ...

  3. Where can I buy a rapid Covid test — everything you need to ...

    Where to get rapid Covid tests BinaxNow: for $19 @ Walmart Select Walmart locations have stock of the FDA-authorized Abbott BinaxNow rapid self-test. The test offers results within 15...

  4. Where Can I Buy At-Home Rapid COVID Tests, And ... - HuffPost

    iHealth’s COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test, which you can buy on Amazon for $17.98. You can also purchase kits from the company’s website for $13.98. On/Go’s COVID Rapid Test Kit, which you can purchase from Walgreens for $23.99, Amazon for $24.88, Walmart for $29.99 or even Best Buy for $29.99. The company’s website also sells kits for $29.99.

  5. Rapid COVID-19 Testing, Curbside & Alt Entrance Options

    Rapid COVID-19 Testing. NextCare and its family of brands has announced it will begin using the new Abbott ID-NOW technology to test for COVID-19. This new test is groundbreaking in both its design and efficiency and allows patients to receive their results in under 15 minutes. If a patient is positive for COVID-19, a result will be known in as ...

  6. COVID-19 diagnostic testing - Mayo Clinic

    RT-PCR tests are very accurate when properly performed by a health care professional, but the rapid test can miss some cases. Antigen test. This COVID-19 test detects certain proteins in the virus. Using a long nasal swab to get a fluid sample, some antigen tests can produce results in minutes.

  7. Find COVID-19 Tests | NC COVID-19 - NCDHHS

    Can’t find a test nearby? Talk with your health care provider, if you have one, or order tests for home delivery. Don’t have insurance? You may be eligible to have your COVID-19 vaccine, testing and treatment covered at no-cost by Medicaid, even if you are not currently a Medicaid beneficiary. Apply online. Vaccines work.

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