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game changer: americans can buy covid-19 antigen tests online and at local stores across the country.

Antigen (rapid) testing is a quick and convenient way for people to determine whether they have covid-19. These tests can be easily administered at home and offer results in a manner of minutes. By encouraging Americans to take a rapid test at home on a regular basis, we can stop dangerous viral outbreaks before they start.

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  • back at the office
  • working on the go
  • small business
  • airports
  • take a test with the family
  • test on hand
  • buying rapid tests
  • test before school
  • grocery shopping
  • working outdoors

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    Even for those who spend most of their time outdoors, rapid testing is an extra layer of protection against Covid-19. Know your status — you could be sick without showing any symptoms. And antigen tests have quick results, which is great for those on the go!
  • back at the office

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    We all want our workplaces to be safe spaces for all. Keep your team in good health! Do your part by knowing your status: take a rapid covid-19 test to determine if it’s safe to go into work.
  • working on the go

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    Rapid tests make everyone safer. If your job takes you out into the world, you can minimize the spread of Covid-19 by taking a test, even if you don’t feel sick. Know your status before you get to work.

  • small business

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    Rapid Covid-19 testing is a quick, simple method to protect yourself, your co-workers, and your customers! It makes businesses safer and allows us to continue our regular routines while ensuring everyone’s safety and good health
  • airports

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    Many people travel for work or take a plane to see family and friends—airports are busy places! Taking a rapid Covid-19 test before going into crowded spaces like these is a great way to minimize everyone’s risk of infection and make traveling safer for all
  • take a test with the family

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    Antigen (Rapid) Covid-19 testing can easily be done at home. Everyone in the family can participate, and doing it together can become a fun, group activity. Take a test together and confirm that everyone is healthy.
  • test on hand

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    Stock up! Have a Rapid Covid-19 test on hand wherever you go. You can keep one in your purse, backpack, or any bag along with other essentials. That way, if there’s ever a need to quickly check your Covid-19 status, a test will be at your fingertips
  • buying rapid tests

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    You can buy an antigen test right now, near you! Rapid covid-19 tests can be conveniently used at home, and are available for purchase either online or at a local drug store. Test results come back in minutes, so if you want to check your status, go grab a test today
  • test before school

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    Antigen (Rapid) Covid-19 testing can be done in the morning, less than an hour before heading to school. By integrating a weekly test into our morning routine, before our kids go to school and we go to work, we can keep social spaces safe for everyone.
  • grocery shopping

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    Grocery shopping can sometimes feel like a chore, but it’s an opportunity to get everything you need: food, toiletries, and other household supplies. Consider including rapid tests in your cart! These antigen tests are important, convenient tools designed to minimize the spread of covid-19.

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