iHealth rapid-antigen home COVID-19 tests have had a three-month extension in their expiration dates granted by the Food and Drug Administration.
Please see the attached link to determine your tests’ new expiration date. Link is here.
iHealth home tests were provided locally to non-profit organizations, churches and individuals by the Malheur County Health Department and Oregon Health Authority, and were also mailed to private residences by the federal government. If you have not received your tests from the federal government, you may request them here.
iHealth Rapid Antigen tests are authorized for non-prescription home use with self-collected anterior nasal swab samples from individuals age 15 or older who have symptoms of COVID-19 within the first seven days of symptom onset. People age 2-15 may use the test, if an adult collects the swab samples. Test results are available in 15 minutes.
Rapid antigen tests such as the iHealth test will not be accepted as proof of a negative COVID-19 test for travel.