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We  received our 6 pack of the tests in the brown box today. We'll have to take them with us on the plane to Orlando. Do the test kits have to remain in the "brown box" until opened in front of the proctor? And what is the best way to carry them the plane, checked luggage or carry-on. If carry-on, I'm assuming they'll go through the TSA check point with no problems. Thank You

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No. They do need to remain in their individually sealed blue boxes.

You may want to take a photo of the QR code on the brown box as some have mentioned the QR code is not on the newer blue boxes. (Can anyone confirm this?)

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8 minutes ago, oufpat said:

We  received our 6 pack of the tests in the brown box today. We'll have to take them with us on the plane to Orlando. Do the test kits have to remain in the "brown box" until opened in front of the proctor? And what is the best way to carry them the plane, checked luggage or carry-on. If carry-on, I'm assuming they'll go through the TSA check point with no problems. Thank You

You can remove them from the brown box, just don't open the individual test kit until told to by the proctor. Don't know about planes/TSA, but for our pre-cruising needs, we kept them physically with us in our backpacks. That way we know we always had them.

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