COVID Testing for Events
After a long year of canceled and postponed events, don’t let COVID-19 fears stand in the way of your big day.
With public and private events now making their way back into our calendars, we’re dedicated to ensuring a safe and worry-free environment for you and your guests. DirectCare provides top-tier concierge service COVID-19 testing for events so that people can return to socializing and celebrating safely. Our large account management team is available 24/7 to provide the support you need to host any kind of event, and our flexible testing structure means that you can tailor your testing to fit any occasion.
Rapid and Accurate
Our tests are 99% accurate and FDA authorized, meaning we have results that you can trust. We promise results in 1-2 days, and offer same-day and next-day expedited options for those occasions that require quick turnarounds.
Any Test, Any Location
We provide a broad range of safety services, including both antibody and active virus tests, all across the United States, Canada, and further abroad. Our tests can be administered:
- At our retail locations in select cities
- Onsite group testing at the location of your choosing (office, on set, etc.)
- At home visits from a clinician at a private residence
- At home mailed test with virtual clinician consult
Wherever your event may be, we can provide the testing solution you need.
Extremely Competitive Pricing
Our straightforward and custom-tailored pricing structure means that our testing will cost you less than our competitors. With DirectCare Services, you can feel confident that you are always winning on price.
24/7 Customer Support Team
We have a large team of dedicated account managers available 24/7, and we operate completely paperlessly. Our operations team will design a testing plan and strategy that meets your COVID safety needs, and follow it with around-the-clock support.
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Lab PCR (results in 12-48 hours, expedites available)
Lab-Based PCR Tests send test samples to a laboratory to be analyzed, and deliver results in 1 to 3 days. Our partner labs, Thermo Fisher and Ortho Clinical are listed on the FDA Emergency Use Authorization at the FDA website, under FAQs on Diagnostic Testing for SARS-CoV-2.
Rapid PCR/Molecular (results as quick as 30 minutes)
NAT and SAG-AFTRA approve rapid testing.
- Accula SARS-Cov-2 Test (Rapid PCR) uses a nasal swab sample and combines the accuracy of PCR with the speed and simplicity of rapid antigen tests, delivering visual results in 30 minutes.
- Abbot ID NOW™(Molecular) is a rapid, instrument-based, isothermal system that provides COVID-19 results in 15 minutes. No nasal swab necessary, this isothermal technology allows you to make effective clinical decisions sooner.
- RT Lamp Molecular Test (Rapid PCR) is a highly accurate and affordable solution to rapid detection of active COVID-19 infection in a large group. It is a rapid PCR test that can produce results for as many as 45o individuals in as little as 30 minutes per machine. The test combines a nasal swabbed sample collected from the individual which then runs in a thermal heater to detect nucleic acids from SARS-CoV-2. According to current medical research, it is as much as 100x more sensitive than some RT-PCR tests. This means that it can detect the presence of an active virus at significantly lower levels.
Rapid Antigen (results as quick as 15 minutes)
Whereas molecular tests require specialized equipment for processing samples, an antigen test is simpler, because it requires smaller devices that are easy to transport. According to the CDC, antigen test sensitivity varies depending on the time in the course of one’s infection, but is considered to have “moderate to high” sensitivity during peak viral load. Compared to molecular tests, antigen tests are more likely to generate false negative results, especially when performed on people who don’t have symptoms.
Antibody (results within 2 days)
Antibody or serology tests look for antibodies in your blood that fight the virus that causes COVID-19. Antibodies are proteins created by your immune system that help you fight off infections. They are made after you have been infected or have been vaccinated against an infection. Antibody tests should generally not be used to diagnose a current infection with the virus that causes COVID-19.