That way, you can keep yourself safe and you can keep others around you protected from the virus as well.
And now that are available from the government, more people have access to tests when they need them.
The is an example of a leading name in this at-home category, though it's sold out just about everywhere.
Do Medicaid and Medicare cover the cost of at-home test kits? Rapid antigen tests are generally much cheaper than home collection tests.
Rapid antigen tests usually require swirling a swab in the nostril less than 1 inch deep.
Antigen tests can be taken at home and return results in about 10 to 15 minutes.