The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently cleared over-the-counter sales of two rapid at-home screening tests from Abbott Laboratories and Quidel Corp. and the tests will be available soon at
major drugstores and retailers like Walmart.
Yet it appears the tests will cost consumers at least $20 for a pack of two, which some health experts say is probably too pricey for
frequent use. Major pharmacies said they plan to sell a two-pack of Abbott’s test for nearly $24, while Walmart says it will charge just under $20.
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