Antigen Testing
Get Tested And GET Back To Normal.

Rapid Antigen testing is conducted using  fully  compliant and government approved devices. Results for Rapid Testing can be provided in as little as 10 minutes. Rapid tests are not as sensitive as a RT-PCR tests but can be used to detect the presence of COVID-19 amongst symptomatic and contagious carriers.

Rapid For A Reason.

Antigen results bring security and comfort with results being collected as fast as 10 minutes and as long as 15 minutes.

The Equalizer.

Ideal for individuals and businesses looking for an efficient screening and testing method to carry on daily endeavours.

Be Worry Free.

Test performance in clinical study demonstrated 93.8% sensitivity and 100.0% specificity in asymptomatic people with high viral loads.

Polymerase chain reaction (pCR) Testing
Industry leading testing.

PCR is known to be the most accurate testing method due to its optimal sensitivity to SARS-CoV- 2 and applicable variants.  

The Holy Grail.

COVID-19 PCR tests are widely accepted and known for their accuracy and reliability. It is the most accurate test available for COVID-19 detection and often referred to as the gold standard of testing.

Internationally Recognized.

Travel freely having the necessary attestation forms and certificates to board an aircraft and pass through immigration. PCR tests are globally recognized.


A PCR test is the rational follow up to a rapid test to determine your body's state. Have peace of mind knowing your PCR test is as accurate as it can be.

Antibody Testing
What's your count?

An antibody test, also known as a serology test, is a blood test used to identify the presence of IgG antibodies that are specific to the COVID-19 infection.


Antibody testing won’t tell you if you have an active infection. On the contrary, your results may help identify if you have been previously exposed to COVID-19 and your immunity levels  to the virus.

Rapid Point of Care.

Your blood draw is collected, processed, and results relayed in as little as 30 minutes from the time of administration.


A serology test is recommended to be conducted 3-4 weeks from the onset of symptoms, if any at all.

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