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At-home test kits will hopefully relieve pressure, says Lowcountry pharmacy owner

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) — The Biden Administration has officially rolled out a website where individuals can order free at-home COVID 19 test kits. There is a limit of four per household. This comes as test kits are in high demand. It seems as soon as pharmacies get them in, they're swiped off the shelves. We asked Dr. Kay Durst of Roper St. Francis if she thinks these kits are reliable. "Yes I think they are," she said. ...

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) — The Biden Administration has officially rolled out a website where individuals can order free at-home COVID 19 test kits. There is a limit of four per household.

This comes as test kits are in high demand. It seems as soon as pharmacies get them in, they're swiped off the shelves.

We asked Dr. Kay Durst of Roper St. Francis if she thinks these kits are reliable. "Yes I think they are," she said.

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She believes at-home tests provided by the government are a trusty tool if used correctly.

"Whatever test you get, if it’s one they’re mailing or you’re picking up, read the directions," said Dr. Durst. "They’re all pretty different."

She says if you're having symptoms, test. If you've been exposed and have no symptoms, wait five days before you do.

"I wish we could get more than four per household, because a lot of people have several people," said Dr. Durst.

"Four per household is not a whole lot, let’s be honest," said Cynthia Feldman, founder and CEO of Sweetgrass Pharmacy. "If you have a household of more than four, certainly you need more than that."

She orders at least 300 at a time for her pharmacy and sells out in a day.

"As far as the over-the-counter testing kits, as soon as they became available for us to order they were flying off the shelves," Feldman explained.

As soon as you call Sweetgrass Pharmacy, you'll hear a voicemail saying they're all out of COVID test kits right now.

"We were receiving upward of 200 phone calls a day asking if we had test kits," Feldman said. "It took a huge strain on our staff just to the calls so that’s why we put that out there."

She's hopeful the free government kits will take some of the pressure off pharmacies.

Feldman adds if you're currently having COVID 19 symptoms, you'll need to go to a doctor or buy an at-home test kit from a pharmacy.

The ones provided by the government are not expected to ship for at least seven to 12 days.

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