FDA Authorizes Emergency Use Of 15-Minute COVID-19 Test
The test will cost only $5.
Starting next month, tens of millions of Americans will have access to a new COVID-19 antigen test.
It takes only 15 minutes and cost $5.
The FDA gave Abbott's BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag Card emergency use authorization Wednesday. The company said the test is reliable and highly portable. It's about the size of a credit card.
The company behind it is also launching an app. People who test negative for the virus can pull up a "digital health pass" on their phone.
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