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Getting a COVID-19 Test
After a possible COVID-19 exposure, it’s important to wait at least five days before getting tested. The virus may not be detectable in your system in the early stages. If you have COVID-19, but get tested too soon, your result could come back negative, even though you have been infected.
- Rapid PCR
- Lab-Based PCR
- Rapid Antigen
Read on to decide which test is right for you.
COVID-19 Antibody Test
Antibody blood tests, also called serologic tests, check for the presence of antibodies to coronavirus in the blood. It can be used to detect a past infection. IgM and IgG are immunoglobulins produced by the immune system to protect against COVID-19. By testing for the presence of these antibodies, we are able to determine if a patient was previously infected by the coronavirus. The test does not diagnose an active infection or guarantee protection from reinfection.
Our goal is to provide you with the safest environment when you need us. Injuries and other non-COVID conditions are still prevalent and we are available to continue to care for you at your time of need. Our occupational medicine services remain unaltered, we continue to provide injury care, and are available for any other non-life threatening condition. It is essential that you not delay care due to fear of COVID. If you are injured or ill, please contact us to schedule a telemedicine or in-person visit with our providers.
As we all work through this together, remember that Liberty Urgent Care is standing right beside you to help you through this unprecedented crisis.