Experts Say Don't Let Your Covid Tests Get Too Warm

With summer right around the corner, one thing you may not have thought about is not letting your rapid antigen COVID tests getting too warm. Experts say that you shouldn't store the box anywhere the temperature exceeds about 85 degrees -- not even for a little while.

The liquid in the test can be altered in high temps and not render as accurate a result. But don't just think about the weather -- if you store your tests in the bathroom where you shower, it could get hot and steamy, and damage the test, too. (Today)


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