Keeping Australians Safe
Across Australia we continue to manage Covid-19 and the impacts it has had on our lives. As a business we have done our utmost to maintain fair pricing, ship quickly and offer a range of quality products.
Therapeutic Goods Administration Approved
Safe n Well were one of the first authorised Australian resellers of TGA approved rapid antigen self test kits. We have supplied thousands of customers across the country, businesses and individuals alike with testing kits since 1 November 2021 when they were approved for self use.
We offer you:
-Competitive pricing & free shipping
-Kits that detect Omicron, BA.2 and Deltacron.
-Quality brands. We only stock kits which are deemed to have 'very high sensitivity' & 'high sensitivity' as rated by the TGA.
-Excellent customer service and responses to queries within 24 hours.
- Fast Dispatch (usually within 24 hours)
-Delivery Australia wide including PO boxes
-Bulk order options for workplaces
COMFORT & CONVENIENCE
Our tests are self administered which minimises discomfort and maximises privacy.
Clear and simple instructions on how to perform and interpret the tests.
AUSTRALIAN REGISTER THERAPEUTIC GOODS
Our COVID-19 Antigen self tests are included on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG #374574)
How do the saliva (oral) self test kits work?
Saliva (Oral) Kits
The single-use oral fluid test kits are intended to detect the novel coronavirus SARS- CoV-2 that causes COVID-19. This test is designed for home use with self-collected oral fluid samples from symptomatic individuals who are suspected of being infected with COVID-19 within the first 7 days of symptom onset.
How do the nasal self test kits work?
The single-use nasal test kits are intended to detect the novel coronavirus SARS- CoV-2 that causes COVID-19. This test is designed for self-collected nasal fluid samples and can be used before symptoms present.
Positive test results or symptomatic persons require immediate confirmatory testing using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Negative test results do not exclude infection with COVID-19 (so face masks, social distancing and good hygiene practice must be maintained).