Here’s where you can purchase at-home COVID-19 test kits

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Two hour waits at local testing sites. Appointments booked for the next several days. COVID-19 tests seem to be the most in-demand item of 2022 so far. For those who want to get tested for COVID-19 or are just looking to stock up on a few tests in case the need arises, at-home kits are a good option.

In the past two weeks, both the Town of North Salem and the North Salem Central School District distributed tests en masse to their constituents via partnerships with local and state government agencies. However, both Town Supervisor Warren Lucas and North Salem CSD assistant superintendent Adam VanDerStuyf said they had no expectations that they would be able to secure additional tests for further distribution in the near future.



Where to purchase COVID-19 antigen tests online:

Walmart.com
On/Go COVID-19 antigen self tests are FDA authorized and cost $24.88 per box (two tests per box). The product promises results in 10 minutes. You can download a companion app for step-by-step instructions for administering the tests.
In-stock and available to ship as of January 4.

iHealth Labs
iHealth’s COVID-19 antigen self tests are FDA authorized and cost $13.98 per box (two tests per box) plus shipping. These are the at-home kits that were recently distributed to town residents by the Town of North Salem and to North Salem Central School District students by district administrators. The product promises results in 15 minutes.
In-stock and available to ship as of January 4.

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