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COVID-19 Home Tests Work, But Don't Really Count

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Jacqueline Froelich
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KUAF
Free iHome government COVID-19 rapid antigen test kit contains two tests to be taken 24 hours apart and no more than 48 hours.

With COVID-19 cases rising in Arkansas, experts recommend getting tested if exposed to the virus. Rapid COVID-19 antigen test kits are widely available for purchase at local drug stores and retailers for home testing. The U.S. government is also distributing free test kits through the mail. Now if you test positive? Folllow-up with a clinical test to confirm, and to make sure your case is counted.