What's the difference between an Antigen and a PCR test?
A PCR test is accurate but takes a long time to produce results while an antigen test is much faster but can be slightly less accurate.
How accurate is the iHealth COVID Rapid Antigen test??
According to the clinical studies submitted to the
FDA for its authorized molecular SARS-CoV-2 tests, this test is deemed 98.1% accurate.
Can this test be used for Children?
Yes, though the manufacturer recommends that children ages 2 to 14 have the help of an adult.
Will this test detect COVID-19 Variants?
According to the manufacturer, the test is able to detect variants – including the Delta and new Omicron variants.
Will the test work if there are No Symptoms?
YES. The manufacturer recommends that both tests be performed over two to three days.
Will this work for those who are vaccinated?
What's the shelf-life of an iHealth COVID test?
According to the manufacturer, the recommended shelf life is between 8 to 12 months, however are viable up to 16 months. They recommend using them within a year if possible.
MANUFACTURER DISCLAIMER: This is not a PCR test and not valid for travel. The manufacturer of the iHealth® COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test requires test kits be stored at temperatures between 36° and 86°F (2°–30°C). Any extended exposure of the test kit to temperatures beyond this range may affect quality of test results.
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