Our lab partners are CLIA-certified and perform COVID-19 testing under an FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). See our FAQ for details.
Typically we can deliver your results in 1-2 business days. Same day or next day results can be guaranteed for an expedite fee.
Our lab partners only use FDA Authorized swab and antibody tests which are over 99% accurate when detectabale levels of the virus are present.
COVID-19 Antibody Test
Detects COVID-19 antibodies, which indicate that you were previously exposed, and may now be immune.
COVID-19 PCR Swab Test
Detects the presence of active COVID-19 virus, which is indicative of a current infection.
Corporate & Film Production Testing
Are you interested in providing testing for your office staff or crew on location? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have more than 5 people who would like to be tested and/or you would like to set up a recurring testing schedule. We can provide the scale to test up to 5,000 people per day nationwide.
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COVID-19 Testing In the News
American Heart Association
COVID-19 science: Why testing is so important
"When a communicable disease outbreak begins, the ideal response is for public health officials to begin testing for it early. That leads to quick identification of cases, quick treatment for those people and immediate isolation to prevent spread. Early testing also helps to identify anyone who came into contact with infected people so they too can be quickly treated."
Two Tests That Could Help Contain the COVID-19 Pandemic
“Testing matters from a global and public health standpoint,” says Jasmine Marcelin, an infectious disease physician at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. “This [outbreak] is moving so rapidly. If we don’t have a good understanding of how many people are affected, we will not be able to effectively curb the spread of disease.”
'Immunity passports' could speed up return to work after Covid-19
Prof Peter Openshaw, a member of the government’s new and emerging respiratory virus threats advisory group, said people who have recovered and test positive for coronavirus antibodies should no longer be infectious themselves and would be expected to have at least some immunity to the virus.
The New York Times
F.D.A. Approves First Coronavirus Antibody Test in U.S.
Such a test may help scientists learn how widespread the infection is, and how long people remain immune after recovering.