Kroger Health said on Wednesday that by the end of November, rapid coronavirus antibody tests will be conducted in 2,200 pharmacies and 220 clinics across the country.
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According to the company, the test may provide important information about past infections to patients who think they have been exposed to the coronavirus but cannot be tested at the time of infection.
The rapid antibody test will cost Kroger customers $25 and can usually provide results within 15 minutes. Currently, these tests are available in pharmacies in Michigan grocery stores and Ralph in California.
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The rapid antibody test was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in September for use in medical points and is provided by the medical device company Whitmire Medical.
Kroger’s rapid antibody test is performed by licensed health professionals using lancet samples and rapid lateral flow technology to detect SARS-CoV-2 antibodies.
Following the announcement of Kroger’s COVIDCare Plus self-management test plan in August, the latest effort has begun. The program utilizes the company’s COVID-19 Test Home Collection Kit, allowing individuals to receive results within 24-48 hours, and is designed to help employers safely restart their business. .
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