Frequently Asked Questions
How long will results from the COVID 19 viral swab test take?
The viral swab is sent to a laboratory for detailed analysis and may take 48 - 72 hours to process. We will contact you by phone ONLY if the results are positive. All results will be emailed to you within 48 hours on our encrypted software requiring a password.
*Your password to obtain results is your first and last initial followed by the last 4 digits of your phone number provided, all caps. Example: AB1234*
How accurate are the results?
The viral swab is designed to be 99% specific, however, this varies depending on viral load, collection accuracy and technique.
What happens if I get exposed after getting screened?
Any exposure after testing may lead to infection. You will need to be tested again should you feel you have been exposed or are showing symptoms.
Can multiple people in a single car get tested?
Yes, multiple people in 1 car may get tested. They must be sitting in a window seat.
What is SARS-Cov-2 ?
SARS-Cov-2 is the name of the virus that causes the disease COVID-19 or coronavirus disease. Viruses, and the diseases they cause, often have different names. For example, HIV is the virus that causes AIDS.
Can Your Mobile Unit come to our Workplace?
Absolutely. COVID-19 testing is a great way to get your employees back to work to resume a safe work environment. Our COVID-19 test can be performed on-site at your business or at a site that is convenient for you.
Do I need an appointment?
We welcome Drive Ups! We do set a certain amount of Drive Up kits for each day. However it does not guarantee availability. Scheduling an appointment guarantees your kit will be waiting for you!
Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for the latest on COVID-19.
Viral tests check samples from your respiratory system, such as a swab from the inside of your nose, to tell you if you currently have an infection with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
COVID-19 diagnostic testing is done to find out if you're currently infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).