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Rapid Antigen Test Kit COVID19 RAT – 5 pack

$29.90

Pack Contents:

Test Cassettes
Extraction Buffer
Sterile Swabs
Biosafety Bags
Package Insert

Orientgene COVID-19 Antigen Test Cassette (NASAL) – 5 Tests (2 box minimum order)

Our COVID-19 Antigen self-tests are included on the list of New Zealand authorised tests.

For large volumes, above 200 test packs of 5 (1000 tests), please contact us directly via email to info@ngaio.co.nz

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Description

OrientGene COVID 19 Rapid Antigen Test (Nasal Swab) Self Test.

A simple to use rapid test with results visible in 15 minutes for the qualitative detection of COVID-19 antigen from a nasal swab. These tests are suitable for self testing at home or in the workplace and have been approved by the New Zealand government (see here).

This kit consists of 5 Rapid Antigen Tests. There is a minimum order quantity of 2 Packs (10 tests).

Ngaio Diagnostics are authorized distributors of Orient Gene rapid antigen RAT tests for NZ. Direct from the Manufacturer.

The product is Orient Gene Rapid COVID-19 (Antigen) Test. Anterior Nasal, Nasopharyngeal, or Oropharyngeal swab can be used. They have been authorised by the New Zealand government and can now be supplied to NZ businesses, organisations and the general public.

Quality:

The New Zealand Ministry of Health has strict criteria in place for authorizing RAT tests and OrientGene was approved because of its international acceptance backed by independent studies and good performance. Many millions of tests have been sold worldwide, shipping with expiry dates of over one year. Ngaio Diagnostics has been proudly suppling New Zealand businesses, labs, hospitals and universities for over 30 years with high quality microbiological and molecular testing supplies.

To Order:

For large orders we could potentially offer different package sizes and prices – please discuss with us at info@ngaio.co.nz.

Freight Free to one destination.

 

  • Information for business, and for details about approved tests can be found on the New Zealand government website: HERE