When in doubt, get tested, says Dr. Shira Doron, hospital epidemiologist at Tufts Medical Center. “At-home tests might be less sensitive than lab-based PCR tests, but since they’re often used in situations [when] you would not have tested otherwise, we like to say any test is better than no test,” says Doron. Doron’s pick for a rapid, at-home test is the Binax NOW COVID-19 test, $23.99 for two at Walgreens.
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- Associated Press
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