Convenience stores reduce the price of self-test kits for COVID-19 to 5,000 won starting tomorrow

Convenience stores are lowering the price of self-test kits for COVID-19.

According to the convenience store industry, CU will lower the price of six self-test kits from 6,000 won to 5,000 won from the 7th.

A CU official explained, “This price cut is to ease the burden on customers amid the prolonged COVID-19 crisis.”

In the case of GS25, 3 types of products including SD biosensor will be reduced from 12,000 won to 10,000 won, and 3 types of products including Rapigen will be reduced from 6,000 won to 5,000 won, respectively.

7-Eleven will also cut the price of three self-test kits sold in subdivisions to 5,000 won, and Ministop will sell Humasys products for 5,000 won.

The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS) reported that the self-test kit was stably distributed and lifted the designation of the selling price, which was 6,000 won from the previous day.

(Photo=Courtesy of CU, Yonhap News)


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