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Sampler

  1 month ago

Coles and Woolworths will soon start selling COVID-19 rapid antigen test kits for customers to test themselves at home for COVID-19. Would you buy a rapid antigen test from your local Coles or Woolworths supermarker?

Coles and Woolworths have both confirmed that will start stocking rapid antigen tests from as early as next week. The tests, which can deliver a result in around 15 minutes, and will come in packs of two and five, expected to be sold for between $10 and $30.

They will enable users to swab their nose and throat from the comfort of their own home, with a result produced in just 15 minutes. People who return a positive rapid antigen test result would then need to present to a COVID-19 testing station for a standard PCR test.

Would you buy a COVID-19 rapid antigen test kit from your local Coles or Woolworths supermarket?
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CindyN

  1 month ago
How many of you have sat in the lineup at the testing clinic for up to 8 hours, as is happening in our town? No toilet facilities as they would have to clean after each person.....this test makes it so much easier to do it yourself at home with a result in 15 minutes......that could be worth paying for instead of wasting an entire day waiting. However, I am now very suspicious of anything made in China. Where are these test kits made? and I am also very dubious of people actually swabbing correctly and as far back in the nasal cavity and throat as is required. Reply
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stratman

  1 month ago
I wonder if MacDonalds might get in on the action - I would love to pop into my local Maccas, order a MacCovid kit and get the inevitable " would you like fries with that " Hell they might even stick the swab up my nose as well when they lay on a special offer - they sky is really the limit! Reply
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KT051

  1 month ago
I would prefer just to go and get tested, have someone do it. Reply
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jaysblueaus

  1 month ago
Stupid idea, Reply
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CILLY0

  1 month ago
If I were going to cross a border I would test myself with one of these kits to make sure I was OK. The testing stations tend to turn people away who don't have symptoms and many people have been asymptomatic but still had the disease. Reply
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braunhi1

  1 month ago
Yes, I would if I was going away and wanted to make sure that I would not be turned away prior to going when they check you. Reply
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achatterjee4

  1 month ago
Yes, I saw in T.V. channel 9. Reply
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p.gilbert83

  1 month ago
Covid tests are free at local clinics but these kits can inly be used once Reply
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Cazzle

  1 month ago
Nah! Reply
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rolfie13

  1 month ago
Can I get bonus points on my flybuys card?
No, what about using points to buy one like those knives and plates promotions. Now there's an idea.
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