The Food and Drug Administration Friday launched a website listing counterfeit over-the-counter COVID-19 diagnostic tests, which currently lists two unauthorized tests made to look like authorized iHealth and Flowflex tests. FDA plans to update the page as needed to alert health care providers, distributors and the public to counterfeit tests.

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