Rapid Antigen
Testing Options

  • Rapid Antigen Test at our Clinic

    This test is the best option to identify if someone currently has the virus. This is particularly important for staff members returning to work, and important for identifying asymptomatic carriers of the virus. Rapid antigen testing requires a swab sample from the back of the throat or nose – with results in 15 minutes.

    Buy Tests: Rapid Antigen Test at our clinic

  • Rapid Antigen & Antibody Tests at our Clinic

    Both of the tests will be conducted during the same appointment. A rapid antigen test give an indication of a current infection. Also, a Rapid Antibody test to give an indication of a past infection.

    Buy Tests: Rapid Antigen & Antibody Tests at our clinic

  • Rapid Antigen Test (Box of 20)

    This test is the best option to identify if someone currently has the virus. This is particularly important for staff members returning to work, and important for identifying asymptomatic carriers of the virus. Rapid antigen testing requires a swab sample from the back of the throat or nose – with results in 15 minutes.

    Buy Tests: Rapid Antigen Tests (box of 20)

COVID-19: Rapid Antigen Test at our Clinic

This test is the best option to identify if someone currently has the virus or has previously had it. Rapid antigen testing requires a swab sample from the back of the throat or nose. While rapid antibody testing is a simple blood spot test using a lancet and pipette – with both results in 15 minutes.

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COVID-19: Rapid Antigen and Antibody Tests at our Clinic

This test is the best option to identify if someone currently has the virus or has previously had it. Rapid antigen testing requires a swab sample from the back of the throat or nose. While rapid antibody testing is a simple blood spot test using a lancet and pipette – with both results in 15 minutes.

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COVID-19: Rapid Antigen Test (Box of 20)

This test is the best option to identify if someone currently has the virus. This is particularly important for staff members returning to work, and important for identifying asymptomatic carriers of the virus. Rapid antigen testing requires a swab sample from the back of the throat or nose – with results in 15 minutes.

Select

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