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Insurance Coverage Will End on May 11

The US Government has announced that the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) declaration, which has been in effect since January 2020, will end on May 11, 2023.

This change means that people with private insurance may have to pay for Covid tests, both over the counter rapid tests and laboratory testing, depending on their plan. Seniors with Medicare Part B will also have to start paying for over-the-counter tests.

Stock up on at-home COVID-19 tests today!

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No Insurance? We Can Still Help!

You can still buy rapid antigen or PCR tests now, delivered straight to your home. Our at-home COVID-19 testing process is the most simple and effective way to get the answers you’re looking for.

Our testing laboratory will perform the highest accuracy PCR test on your sample for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease (COVID-19), before emailing you back your results within 24 hours of your sample’s arrival at our laboratory.

How it Works

Register online

Answer a few simple questions online. Add you shipping address and the package is shipped to you free of charge!

receive your sample kit

Receive your sample collection kit

Your Fast Lab COVID-19 kits will be delivered direct to your door, with detailed instructions included to make your testing experience as simple as possible.

collect your sample

Collect your sample and send it back to our lab for testing

Our COVID-19 PCR collection kit is so simple and non invasive and the rapid antigen test is fast and easy.

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RAPID Results

Within 15 minutes your Rapid Test is ready! 

Frequently Asked Questions

The end of the public health emergency does not necessarily mean an end to COVID-19 testing and treatment coverage under your health insurance. The coverage and reimbursement policies may vary depending on your health insurance plan and the policies of your state or federal government. It is recommended to check with your health insurance provider to understand the coverage for COVID-19 testing and treatment after May 11.

Effective April 4, 2022, Medicare will cover up to eight (8) at-home COVID-19 tests per person every 30 days or four (4) two-test, rapid antigen at-home tests every 30 days without a prescription. Coverage is available for members eligible with Medicare Part B FFS or Medicare Advantage Benefits. Please request-at-home tests be billed to Medicare Part B FSS Program. You must provide your Medicare Beneficiary ID (MBI) from your Medicare red, white, or blue card. Some Medicare Advantage plans maybe also provide coverage under the Part B or Enhanced OTC benefits, please check with your Medicare Advantage plan for coverage details.

If you are a Medicaid member, please note that state policies vary as to whether a prescription is required. Please check with your insurer about coverage for at-home COVID-19 tests.

Antigen tests are fast but sometimes have the inability to detect new variants.

Luckily we offer a PCR and Rapid Antigen test that has you covered on both fronts.

We have been regularly tracking variants of the virus throughout the pandemic. The sensitivity of our RT-PCR test is not impacted by these variants.


  • Alpha Variant B.1.1.7 
  • Beta Variant B.1.351 
  • Gamma Variant P.1 
  • Iota Variant B.1.526 
  • Delta Variant B.1.617.2 
  • Omicron Variant B.1.1.529
  • BA.2 (Stealth Omicron)
  • BA.5 Subvariant
  • BA.2.75 Subvariant
  • BA.1 Subvariant
  • BA.1.1 Subvariant
  • BA.3 Subvariant
  • BA.4 Subvariant
  • BA.5 Subvariant
  • Deltacron Variant
  • XE Variant
  • Epsilon B.1.427 B.1.429
  • Zeta P.2
  • Eta B.1.525
  • Theta P.3
  • Iota B.1.526
  • Kappa B.1.617.1
  • Lambda C.37
  • Mu B.1.621
  • XBB 1.5

$0 if you are insured and meet the requirements for a no cost test.

As an example: You have been exposed to someone with COVID or live/work in a congregate setting.


Your test results will confirm whether or not you are infected with SARS-CoV-2. If your results are positive, it is important to limit your exposure to other people and continue to monitor your symptoms. If your results are negative, the virus was not present in the sample you provided. However, it is important to note that the virus may not be detected by the test in early stages of infection. Furthermore, the virus may not be detected if the sample is not collected as directed. If you have reason to believe you have been exposed, it is important to follow up with a healthcare provider for further evaluation, get re-tested, and follow isolation or quarantine precautions as recommended

After receiving your results, you will have the opportunity to speak with a licensed physician who can answer any questions you may have about your test results and help determine next steps in care.

Please follow CDC guidelines:

*FOR COVID-19 HOME TEST SELECT INSURANCE CLAIM: Applies to most fully insured and self-insured group and individual coverage, including FEHB plans until the end of the public health emergency. This also applies to Medicare and Medicaid plan coverage. Covers up to eight (8) rapid antigen single-test kits or four (4) rapid antigen two-test kits per month. COVID-19 home test kit returns will not be accepted.