Skyrocketing RAT price scrutiny

Nearly half the reports made to the ACCC about rapid antigen test “potential scams” are about pharmacies The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says it has “significant concerns” about the retail price of rapid antigen tests, which it says are frequently being sold for $20 to $30 each. Amid widespread complaints about the availability of

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