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Covid Antibody & PCR TEST

At home by medical professional

Prices

Rapid Nasal Swab PCR Covid-19 TesT
$399
Swap nasal RT PCR Covid-19 TesT
$349
Antigen instant Covid-19 TesT
$249
Antibody Test
$349
'Fit to Fly' Certificate included with each negative result
Suitable for Teams
Solutions for government & enterprise
99.99% Accuracy
FDA EUA-Certified
PCR Test
Anterior nasal swab
(just in front of nose)
Сorrect analysis
by medical,
not kit

How the mobile rapid testing PROCESS works at IV Concierge

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STEP 1
Nurse provides an in-home test
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STEP 2
Lab
processing
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STEP 3
results
provided within 10 hours

frequently asked questions

A diagnostic test showing if you have an active coronavirus infection and whether you should quarantine or isolate yourself from others. PCR tests detect the virus’s genetic material and are considered to be the gold standard for COVID-19 testing.

An antibody test can be used to find out if a person has been infected with the virus; this usually occurs by detecting antibodies in the blood or serum.


In turn, the antigen test will show: whether the infectious pathogen is currently in the human body.
As soon as a person is cured, the antigen disappears from the blood.

You will receive an e-mail with login information to our portal once the results are back from the lab. You will be able to download your report as a .pdf to easily share it with your employer, family and whoever you wish.

The rate of false negatives — a test that says you don’t have the virus when you actually do have the virus — varies depending on how long the infection has been present.


On average, symptoms of the virus develop five to six days post-exposure. Our test has been shown to have a false-negative rate of less than 5 percent five days after the exposure.

A nasal swab looks like a long Q-tip. It is inserted about two inches into your nose and swirled around for a few seconds. The swab is then removed and sent to a lab. You may experience a tickling sensation while the swab is in your nose and after it is removed; you might sneeze or have runny eyes for a moment or two. Nasal swabs are fast and accurate, and they’re a good option for most people.
The CDC recommends getting a coronavirus test for the following reasons:
  • If you’re experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
  • If you’ve had close contact with someone — within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes — with a positive COVID-19 test.
  • If you’ve been asked by your healthcare provider to get a test.
On average, symptoms of the virus develop five to six days post-exposure. Our tests have shown to have a false-negative rate of less than 5 percent five days post-exposure.