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15 things not to do when using a rapid antigen test, from storing in the freezer to sampling snot

By Thea van de Mortel, Professor, Nursing and Deputy Head (Learning & Teaching), School of Nursing and Midwifery, Griffith University
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Many of us have taken a rapid antigen test (RAT) or have administered them to our school-aged children.

But how many of us are using them correctly?

Here are 15 pitfalls to avoid if you want to get the most out of your RAT.

Read more: Taking your first rapid antigen test? 7 tips for an accurate result

1. Storing at the wrong temperature

RATs should be kept at

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