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Expiration Date Extension

Expiration Date Extension

Jul 13, 2022

On Jul 8, 2022, the FDA granted another three-month shelf-life extension for the iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test, which extended the shelf-life of all iHealth tests from 6 months to 12 months. Please use the tool below to check the most updated expiration date of your kit. We will continue to apply to FDA for shelf-life extensions every three months based on our stability studies, and the new shelf-lives for our tests will apply to tests already produced as well as future production.

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iHealth Donates 1-Million At-Home Tests to the State of California

Jul 25, 2022

iHealth Labs, Inc., one of the major suppliers of at-home COVID tests in the U.S. market, is donating 1 million at-home COVID tests to the State of California. This donation will provide California's residents with much-needed support as another surge in coronavirus infections in the state has led to high demand for early detection.

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iHealth's Super Bowl Debut Highlights Its Commitment to Bring More Tests to More People ASAP

Mar 29, 2022

iHealth Labs, Inc. made its Super Bowl debut with in-stadium advertising highlighting its commitment to bring at-home COVID-19 tests to more people as quickly as possible. iHealth's Super Bowl advertising featured LED ribbon takeovers and branded openings on the stadium's video board that ran during the breaks at the end of the first and third quarters on Sunday, Feb. 13 at SoFi Stadium.

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iHealth Statement on the COVID-19 Omicron Variant and Its At-Home Test Kit's Effectiveness

Mar 29, 2022

iHealth has been continuously monitoring the COVID-19 variants so the iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test is ready to address any significant changes in the epidemic. We are confident that our rapid antigen test continues to detect COVID-19 infection, including infection with the Omicron variant.

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