Distribution of Rapid COVID Tests

Information about our At-Home Covid Tests

Wright Library is a distribution site for free COVID-19 Home Test Kits, part of the Ohio Department of Health's plan to expand access to at-home rapid testing. We do not know in advance when we will receive new shipments, and we distribute tests on a first-come/first-served basis. Thank you for your patience and courtesy as we do our best to keep up with extremely high demand.

When we run out, you can still find a testing center near you using the ODH COVID-19 Dashboard.

***Do not enter the building if you are sick.*** Request curbside delivery if you are experiencing any symptoms or have been directly exposed to someone with COVID-19. For curbside delivery when you arrive, call 937-294-7171 and press 1.

 

iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Tests: OUT OF STOCK

iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test kit box
                          For household use.​​​​​

The iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test is a rapid antigen test that has received FDA Emergency Use Authorization for at-home use.

  • Use: This test is self-administered. (Instructions for Use [pdf]) Optionally, if you require verified results for U.S. air travel or for work, this free test can be used in conjunction with a scheduled telehealth appointment which requires a $20 purchase. Your use of the iHealth test will be overseen virtually by an iHealth proctor who will instruct you to collect the sample and perform the test to guarantee COVID-19 testing authenticity. Your test package must be previously unopened for verifiable results.
  • Quantity: Daily limit 4 tests per household. 
  • Result time: Read your results in 15 minutes.
  • Accuracy: Based on the results of a clinical study where the iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test was compared to an FDA authorized molecular SARS-CoV-2 test, iHealth® COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test correctly identified 94.3% of positive specimens and 98.1% of negative specimens. (Source: iHealth Labs website, FAQs | About the Test)
  • Ages: Tests can be self-administered by individuals aged 15 years or older, and for children 2 years or older when samples are collected by an adult.

 


BinaxNOW proctored tests: OUT OF STOCK

BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag Card Home Test
                          For household use.​​​​​

The BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag Card is a rapid antigen test, which has received FDA Emergency Use Authorization for at-home testing in collaboration with a telehealth session.

  • Use: This test is self-administered, but must be guided by a trained, virtual telehealth observer (provided by eMed) for results to be considered valid.
  • Quantity: Daily limit 4 tests per household. 
  • Result time: Read your results in 15 minutes.
  • Accuracy: Interim results of a clinical study showed this test to correctly identify 91.7% of positive specimens and 100% of negative specimens. Estimated to correctly identify between 73.0% and 98.9% of positive specimens. (Source: FDA.gov fact sheet [pdf])
  • Ages: Tests can be self-administered by individuals aged 15 years or older, and for children as young as 2 years old when samples are collected by an adult.

Using the BinaxNOW home test

  • Download and install the NAVICA app, which is available from the Apple Appstore and Google Play Store, and create an account.  
    • Managed Profiles can be created for children or other dependent family members under Account ad Settings.
    • The NAVICA ID can be found under Test Site.
  • Take the test kit home (Do not open it).
  • Follow the prompts on the NAVICA app 
    • a QR code to initiate the test is located under the Do Not Open sleeve on the test box.
  • Or open a web browser on a laptop or desktop computer with a web camera and go to ohio.emed.com.
  • Click the Start Testing button and proceed through testing process.
    • Click the Login with NAVICA button and enter account information previously created.
    • Answer the preparatory questions.
    • Begin the testing session with the eMed proctor.
  • Test results will be sent to the NAVICA app.    
    • A negative result will result in a pass that you can share.
    • The results will also be reported to the Ohio Department of Health.

Helpful Hints for BinaxNOW Test Takers

  • The eMed proctor is not a healthcare provider, but is qualified to administer the test and read the results.
  • Ensure that you have plenty of space in front of you to use the test kit.  The test card must lay flat on a hard surface.
  • The eMed proctor will have you adjust your webcam at various times during the testing.  The proctor will need to view the test kit on the surface in front of you at certain times and will need to view you (the patient) at other times.  For the test to be validated, follow all of the proctor’s instructions.  For example, the proctor must be able to view the test card during the 15 minutes the test runs or it will be invalidated.
  • You will need to scan the QR code on the test card with your webcam at two separate times.  Make sure you hold the QR code up to the webcam when instructed.  Keep the QR code in the center of the camera and hold it as still as possible. 

QuickVue Non-proctored tests: OUT OF STOCK

box of quick vue at -home covid-19 tests
                          For household use.​​​​​

This home test is authorized for nonprescription home use with self-collected (unobserved) direct anterior nasal (NS) swab specimens from individuals aged 14 years and older or with adult-collected anterior NS samples from individuals aged 2 years or older. The test to be used in individuals within 6-days of symptom onset or individuals without symptoms or other epidemiological reasons to suspect COVID-19 infection when tested twice over three days with at least 24 hours (and no more than 48 hours) between tests.

  • Use: This test is self-administered at home.
  • Quantity: Each kit contains 2 tests. Daily limit 4 tests (2 kits) per household.
  • Result time: Read your results in 10 minutes.
  • Accuracy: Interim results of a clinical study showed this test to correctly identify 83.5% of positive specimens and 99.2% of negative specimens. (Source: Quidel EUA FAQ sheet [pdf])
  • Ages: Tests can be self-administered by individuals aged 14 years or older, and for children as young as 2 years old when samples are collected by an adult.

 

Learn more about these tests at the QuickVue At-Home website.

QuickVue At-Home FAQs [pdf]

 


Other options for Covid-19 Testing

The Ohio Department of Health emphasizes that "COVID-19 tests are available from many sources statewide. While testing supply chains are challenged, over the-counter rapid testing kits can still be purchased at many locations, such as pharmacies and grocery stores. Testing is also available at many urgent care locations, community health centers, retail locations, and pop-up sites."

 

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Ohio BinaxNOW Home User Guide 1.88 MB
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