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Swedish grocery delivery startup offers Covid-19 tests

Kavall, a Swedish startup that provides quick delivery services, is now offering Covid-19 self-tests to its customers. As a service that completes fast deliveries in around 10 minutes, the startup is aiming to help its customers get easy and quick access to Covid-19 tests.

Since the first days of the Coronavirus outbreak, delivery services has been becoming more and more important in our lives. As the demand for quick deliveries had been increasing very rapidly, Kavall was founded in May 2021 Robin Rendahl, Peter Simon and John Tengberg. They are now offering quick, 10-minute deliveries in some parts of Sweden and Finland.

Along with providing very quick deliveries, Kavall is now also offering self-tests for Covid-19 to the door. Since Coronavirus tests are required to understand whether someone is infected or not, this is expected to be a very helpful service. The tests they are offering are Beright Covid-19 Antigentest Saliv, which doesn’t require the nasal test method and gives results in 15 minutes.

Startup’s new service can be especially helpful during New Year’s Eve

We are very close to the New Year’s Eve and many people are making plans to meet and have some fun time. However, this is no time to be reckless about health. So quick Covid-19 self-tests that the startup is offering to its customers can be especially helpful during this time of the year. About the new service that they are offering, John Tengberg, co-founder and the CEO at Kavall, has stated:

“It feels good to be able to offer our customers the opportunity to easily get a test at the door right when they need it.”

The tests will be available before the New Year in Stockholm. Then, Kavall is planning to expand the service to many other cities as well.

Sena Konakci
Sena Konakci
A true free spirit, Sena (she/her) spent a substantial part of her life travelling the world and was working for successful startups in many different fields along with writing for local newspapers and magazines for over two decades. With a knack for detecting promising businesses and years of experience under her belt, Sena has decided to focus her attention on writing about startups. Aside from following the newest developments in the startup scene of the Nordic countries, she loves volunteering and camping in her spare time.

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