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Choose the Test that Best Fits your Needs.
A molecular viral test that detects the genetic material of the virus.
Samples are taken through nasal and throat swabs or through saliva collection.
A viral test that detects specific proteins found on the surface of the coronavirus.
Samples are collected through nasal and throat swabs.
A serology test that detects recent or prior COVID-19 infection.
Samples are taken through venous blood samples.
What is an RT-PCR?
RT-PCR is the acronym for reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction, a type of nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) for SARS-CoV-2. This diagnostic test can detect RNA specific to the coronavirus within days of infection. Samples are typically collected through nasal, throat, or nasopharyngeal swabs. They can also be collected through saliva spits. The samples are then sent to a laboratory for analysis.
Why take an RT-PCR test?
In most countries, the RT-PCR is the only test accepted for international travel and returning to the workplace. Even asymptomatic people are required to take the test for travel, work, and health clearance.
What is an antigen test?
An antigen test detects specific proteins bound to the surface of a virus. Using a nasal swab to obtain a sample, antigen test can produce accurate results in minutes. Samples can be collected and processed outside a laboratory using the highest quality antigen test kits manufactured specifically for clinical laboratories.
Why take the antigen test?
Taking the antigen test is one of the fastest and most convenient ways to know whether you are infected with the coronavirus. The samples can be analyzed at the point of collection so you get your test results almost instantly.
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I get tested before traveling from the US?
Travelers flying out of the United States must get tested between 24 to 72 hours before their flight, depending upon the country they are flying to. Check your airline and destination country for their specific requirements.
Is an antigen test a requirement when traveling from the US?
An antigen test is one of the viral test types accepted for international travel by some countries. However, the rapid antigen test or viral antigen test must be authorized for use and administered or supervised by a health provider.
Is an RT-PCR test a requirement when traveling from the US?
An RT-PCR test is one of the viral test types accepted for international travel. Air passengers are required to show a negative COVID-19 test result before boarding. Those who previously tested positive must provide documentation of recovery.
When should I get tested when traveling from the US?
Travelers flying in or out of the United States must get tested no more than one day before their flight. If your flight is at 10 am on a Saturday, you can get tested anytime on the prior Friday