The Do I currently have Coronavirus Covid Test in San Diego

October 29, 2020, Dental Marketing Los Angeles

The Do I currently have Coronavirus Covid Test in San Diego
The Do I currently have Coronavirus Covid Test in San Diego
This test will check for current COVID-19 infection and tell you if you are currently infected. It is appropriate for individuals within 14 days of the onset of symptoms, or within 14 days of exposure to the COVID-19 Testing.

Use a virus PCR swab test to confirm if you currently have a COVID-19 infection

What will this test tell me?

This test will check for current COVID-19 infection and tell you if you are currently infected. It is appropriate for individuals within 14 days of the onset of symptoms, or within 14 days of exposure to the COVID-19 Testing.

What this test won't tell me

This test will not tell you if you have recovered from COVID-19 and now have antibodies. The swab test is for live infection.

Your body will take up to 21 days to make IgG antibodies in response to a COVID-19 infection; to test for the presence of antibodies.

How does it work?

Virus PCR tests are done by taking a swab from the nose and throat and sending it to the lab for analysis. We provide a home test kit, and you return your sample to the laboratory in the post.

How long do the results take?

The laboratory turnaround time is 24-48 hours from receipt at the lab, but we are not able to guarantee a result within a certain timeframe. We are not liable for any other associated costs should your results be delayed.

The time it takes for you to get your result depends on how long it takes for your sample to reach the lab. This is variable at the moment. Some postal deliveries are delayed due to COVID-19. Your test kit includes a postage envelope, but you may wish to send the sample recorded or via special delivery or to drop it back at the clinic for us to courier to the lab (which we do each day at 4PM).

How do I order a test?

Please book a Rapid Covid Test in San Diego Here

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