Orient Gene COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test, pack of 5 (individually packed)

$25.50 + GST

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Orient Gene test pack of 5 is in-stock and available to send out immediately!
Sober Check are the New Zealand distributor for the Orient Gene rapid antigen test.
NO REFUNDS available on orders if you change your mind for any reason.
The pack of five is split from a box of 20. Note, it is still the same test, just packaged differently.
You will receive a courier bag with 5 x packs of the Orient Gene tests in the plastic waste bags. Each pack will contain the following:
  • 1 x Swab inside sealed wrapper
  • 1 x Test cassette in sealed pouch
  • Instructions with a QR code on the back which takes you to a training video.
  • 1 x Extraction tube with buffer
  • 1 x Nozzle cap
Please note that this does not include the cardboard extraction tube holder.
The Orient Gene rapid antigen test has the following benefits:
  • Short test time: 15 minutes to get a final result.
  • Nasal: shallow swab, comfortable for the subject.
  • Effective against Alpha, Delta and Omicron variants of COVID-19.
  • Approved by the TGA in Australia, the Ministry of Health in NZ, the FDA in America, and has a CE mark.
  • Demonstrated a specificity of 100% and a sensitivity of 97.25% in clinical trials, with an overall accuracy of 98.73%.

Manufactured in China.

It has been confirmed that the Orient Gene tests are designed to detect the new Omicron SARS COVID-19 variant. This tool is important for helping us contain the spread of COVID-19 and minimise infection.

You can also view our FAQs about rapid antigen testing.
Please note:
  1. Sober Check are an approved supplier, under notice 2021-GO5425 of the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Point-of-care Tests) Order 2021.
  2. Everyone (workplaces and individual consumers) can purchase and use rapid antigen tests, under notice 2022-GO587: Full Exemption of Certain COVID-19 Point-of-care Tests Under the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Point-of-care Tests) Order 2021.
Please refer to our summary, for an overview of the COVID-19 rapid antigen testing situation in New Zealand.