BinaxNOW COVID‐19 Antigen Self Test (2 Count)

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Walmart has BinaxNOW COVID‐19 Antigen Self Test (2 Count) for (oos). Shipping is free with $35 or with walmart+.

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Posted September 24, 2021 at 3:01 AM EDT
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By anonymous on 10/26/2021, 06:50 AM EDT
Correct //@anonymous: Everyone, as I found out from the doctors they will category every positive/even just flu to covid virus.

By anonymous on 10/24/2021, 03:45 AM EDT
Incorrect //@anonymous: Everyone, as I found out from the doctors they will category every positive/even just flu to covid virus.

By anonymous on 10/22/2021, 09:27 PM EDT
every day has stock some time. //@Anonymous: OOS

By anonymous on 10/21/2021, 10:51 AM EDT
OOS

By anonymous on 10/21/2021, 10:08 AM EDT
Everyone, as I found out from the doctors they will category every positive/even just flu to covid virus.

By anonymous on 10/19/2021, 11:28 PM EDT
Dr. Kary Mullis who invented PCR and won the Nobel prize said "PCR is…just a process that’s used to make a whole lot of something out of something… It doesn’t tell you that you’re sick, and it doesn’t tell you that the thing you ended up with really was going to hurt you, or anything like that… "

By anonymous on 10/19/2021, 09:27 PM EDT
Correct, Walgreens and CVS have stacks of them. //@anonymous: Available right now - just placed an order. //@Anonymous: Many stores have local stock and you can order and pickup at store or curbside. //@Anonymous: OOS

By anonymous on 10/19/2021, 09:26 PM EDT
I think they discounted it to account for that fact so it would be in line with OTC costs at Walgreens and CVS. When you walk in its 23 dollars. Walmart has been exceptional during this whole pandemic in keeping things open and moving. Seems the base costs for the kits are about 10 dollars wholesale. //@mutongo: Shipping is $6 if under $35 cart total. Updated, thanks. //@anonymous: Don't know why it shows up as $20 in cart, but shows $15 on site

By anonymous on 10/19/2021, 09:22 PM EDT
> This is a good example that only health workers should interpret data. < exactly, all people think they are doctors these days //@anonymous: This is a good example that only health workers should interpret data. //@anonymous: "exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago." NO, "antibody" tests will tell you if you had covid. "Antigen" test will tell you if you are currently sick and contagious. Antigen and antibody are not the same thing. //@Anonymous: exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/19/2021, 09:20 PM EDT
What you think isnt what is factual. //@anonymous: it doesn't make sense to go beyond 35 cycles. I think most of asymptomatic positives are false positives //@Anonymous: COVID PCR tests actually run 43-47 cycles...... //@Anonymous: This is not accurate, antigen tests are quite possibly better at determining whether you are contagious than PCR tests, which can pick up viral fragments. Most antigen tests are 80-90+% accurate. At home tests are not accepted for travel because there no verification that you did it right. //@anonymous: exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/19/2021, 09:19 PM EDT
They give you a second for this reason. Do the second and if also + then move on to PCR test. A second positive would increase likelihood you have or have had sickness recently. This does not differentiate between active infection or past. //@anonymous: let us know the results //@Anonymous: Bought one tested positive at home when im not even sick. Getting a real test send to the lab.

By anonymous on 10/19/2021, 09:17 PM EDT
No this only reacts to spike proteins via acidic exposure on the test kit. So its 85 percent confidence so basically a high chance its right. They give you two so do the second one. And if thats also + then get a PCR test at a site or doc. //@anonymous: But it could be any virus like flu right? //@anonymous: let us know the results //@Anonymous: Bought one tested positive at home when im not even sick. Getting a real test send to the lab.

By anonymous on 10/19/2021, 09:13 PM EDT
What are you talking about? Flu? THIS ONLY DETECTS COVID! //@Anonymous: But it could be any virus like flu right? //@anonymous: let us know the results //@Anonymous: Bought one tested positive at home when im not even sick. Getting a real test send to the lab.

By anonymous on 10/14/2021, 04:30 PM EDT
But it could be any virus like flu right? //@anonymous: let us know the results //@Anonymous: Bought one tested positive at home when im not even sick. Getting a real test send to the lab.

By anonymous on 10/13/2021, 05:05 PM EDT
let us know the results //@Anonymous: Bought one tested positive at home when im not even sick. Getting a real test send to the lab.

By anonymous on 10/13/2021, 04:57 PM EDT
it doesn't make sense to go beyond 35 cycles. I think most of asymptomatic positives are false positives //@Anonymous: COVID PCR tests actually run 43-47 cycles...... //@Anonymous: This is not accurate, antigen tests are quite possibly better at determining whether you are contagious than PCR tests, which can pick up viral fragments. Most antigen tests are 80-90+% accurate. At home tests are not accepted for travel because there no verification that you did it right. //@anonymous: exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/13/2021, 07:59 AM EDT
Bought one tested positive at home when im not even sick. Getting a real test send to the lab.

By anonymous on 10/13/2021, 12:35 AM EDT
if 47 cycles can not test positive, try 470 cycles. //@Anonymous: COVID PCR tests actually run 43-47 cycles...... //@Anonymous: This is not accurate, antigen tests are quite possibly better at determining whether you are contagious than PCR tests, which can pick up viral fragments. Most antigen tests are 80-90+% accurate. At home tests are not accepted for travel because there no verification that you did it right. //@anonymous: exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/12/2021, 08:30 PM EDT
Ha yes yet everyone always tells me what they have and what they need. Usually antibiotics and ct scans…. //@anonymous: This is a good example that only health workers should interpret data. //@anonymous: "exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago." NO, "antibody" tests will tell you if you had covid. "Antigen" test will tell you if you are currently sick and contagious. Antigen and antibody are not the same thing. //@Anonymous: exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/12/2021, 12:50 PM EDT
This is a good example that only health workers should interpret data. //@anonymous: "exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago." NO, "antibody" tests will tell you if you had covid. "Antigen" test will tell you if you are currently sick and contagious. Antigen and antibody are not the same thing. //@Anonymous: exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/12/2021, 12:16 PM EDT
"exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago." NO, "antibody" tests will tell you if you had covid. "Antigen" test will tell you if you are currently sick and contagious. Antigen and antibody are not the same thing. //@Anonymous: exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/12/2021, 11:44 AM EDT
COVID PCR tests actually run 43-47 cycles...... //@Anonymous: This is not accurate, antigen tests are quite possibly better at determining whether you are contagious than PCR tests, which can pick up viral fragments. Most antigen tests are 80-90+% accurate. At home tests are not accepted for travel because there no verification that you did it right. //@anonymous: exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/12/2021, 11:37 AM EDT
Covid is so deadly that you have to take a test to know whether you got it or not

By anonymous on 10/11/2021, 10:36 AM EDT
This is not accurate, antigen tests are quite possibly better at determining whether you are contagious than PCR tests, which can pick up viral fragments. Most antigen tests are 80-90+% accurate. At home tests are not accepted for travel because there no verification that you did it right. //@anonymous: exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/11/2021, 07:05 AM EDT
False it means you’re infectious. If it’s negative it isn’t helpful since maybe false neg but if positive it is. //@anonymous: exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/07/2021, 10:12 AM EDT
exactly, it is an antigen test, if you are positive, it means you had COVID maybe 3 weeks ago. //@Anonymous: It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/04/2021, 02:08 AM EDT
It’s an antigen test. //@anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/01/2021, 02:39 PM EDT
BinaxNOW, makes a test, that is approved by Airlines for travel, however, that test must be taken via zoom and sent in, for results, you can google for that item. //@Anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/01/2021, 02:37 PM EDT
They are not accepted because these are at home tests, all testing must be administered by a third party to ensure proper procedural and testing is done correctly and validated //@Anonymous: "This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 10/01/2021, 12:13 PM EDT
"This test does NOT meet the CDC testing requirements to enter the U.S. when returning from a trip abroad." Curious as to why ?

By anonymous on 09/27/2021, 08:15 AM EDT
No. //@Anonymous: Can it test for the flu too?

By anonymous on 09/26/2021, 09:13 PM EDT
Can it test for the flu too?

By mutongo on 09/26/2021, 09:01 AM EDT
Shipping is $6 if under $35 cart total. Updated, thanks. //@anonymous: Don't know why it shows up as $20 in cart, but shows $15 on site

By anonymous on 09/26/2021, 08:41 AM EDT
Don't know why it shows up as $20 in cart, but shows $15 on site

By anonymous on 09/26/2021, 12:41 AM EDT
Yup, ordered and confirmed. Thanks.

By anonymous on 09/25/2021, 01:24 PM EDT
Available right now - just placed an order. //@Anonymous: Many stores have local stock and you can order and pickup at store or curbside. //@Anonymous: OOS

By anonymous on 09/24/2021, 09:49 PM EDT
Many stores have local stock and you can order and pickup at store or curbside. //@Anonymous: OOS

By anonymous on 09/24/2021, 06:51 AM EDT
OOS

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