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Why Choose ConciMed
Get test results Approved for International Travel with our RT-PCR tests.
PCR Results are Approved for Travel
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Results via email in 15 minutes to 24 hours!
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How do I book a ConciMed Covid-19 test?
One of 2 ways: You can call us or you can register your appointment online. Simply select you preferred test option. Same-day appointments available & walk-ins accepted.
Which Covid-19 test do I need for travel?
For the most part, an RT-PCR Covid-19 test is required. The CDC mandates a negative PCR test result for international travel. Testing requirements differ depending on the airline and country, however, so check with both your travel destination and the airline guidelines in case an Antigen test is enough.
What is a PCR test?
A PCR Covid-19 test detects genetic material from the virus, considered the "gold standard" for checking if you're currently infected with SARS-CoV-2. This test may even detect fragments of coronavirus past the point when you are no longer infected. It's far more accurate than an Antigen test, commonly called a "rapid" test, as antigen tests detect viral proteins & require more of the virus to be present for detection. Your physician may ask you to confirm a negative result from a Rapid antigen test with a PCR test, as antigen tests can result in false negatives
What's the difference between Antigen and Antibody tests?
Two key differences include: ① the method with which they're performed & ② what we aim to discover with our results. Rapid Antigen tests, usually called Rapid tests, use a nasal swab to confirm if you're infected with Covid-19 at that moment. Antibody tests, on the other hand, require a blood prick sample to check whether your immune system has responded to the virus by creating antibodies. These Antibody results can confirm if you've been infected with Covid-19 in the past.