Covid Onsite Testing Options
Health Fairs Direct is pleased to present first class employee health testing and services to you and your employees.
Founded in 1997 Health Fairs Direct quickly grew into a national full-service onsite wellness event and medical screening company. We deliver over 700 events a year in 42 states. Each and every event/clinic is delivered with the same level of attention, professionalism and uncompromising quality control as the next.
Antibody Test For IgG
This test detects IgG antibodies that develop in most patients within the first 10 days after symptoms of COVID-19 begin. IgG antibodies remain in the blood after an infection has completed. These antibodies indicate that you may have had COVID-19 in the past and have developed antibodies that most likely protect you from a future infection. It is not known yet, at this point, how much protection antibodies may provide against reinfection.
Antibody Test for IgM
This test detects IgM antibodies. IgM is typically the first antibody produced by the immune system when a virus begins to attack. A positive IgM test indicates that you may have been infected in the past and that your immune system has begun to respond to the virus. When IgM is detected this means you may still be infected, or you may have recently recovered from a COVID-19 infection.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Molecular (Swab) Test
This test uses a long swab to collect material, including the physical pieces of coronavirus, from the nose where it meets the throat. A positive result suggests that viral genetic material is present, but it does not indicate that bacterial or other infections are present. A negative result indicates that the SARS-CoV2 virus that indicates the COVID-19 disease was not found. It is possible to have a very low level of the virus in the body when the result shows a negative response.
This test is needed to see the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the COVID-19 disease.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Antibody (Serology) Test
This is a blood test. It is designed to find antibodies (immunoglobulins, IgG and IgM) against the coronavirus that causes the disease called COVID-19. Antibodies are proteins created by the immune system responding to an infection and are specific to that particular infection. They are identified in the liquid part of blood specimens, called serum or plasma, which depends on the presence of clotting factors. IgM and IgG can be ordered together or separately.
Having an antibody test is helpful if:
your health care provider suggests you may have been exposed to the coronavirus which causes COVID19 based on the current or previous signs and symptoms including, fever, cough, difficulty breathing.
you live in or have recently traveled to a place where COVID-19 is known to e occurring.
you have been in close contact with someone suspected of or confirmed to have COVID-19; or
you have recovered from COVID-19.
Made In The USA
IgM + IgG Sensitivity = 100% (41/41)
IgM + IgG Specificity = 99.2% (471/475)
Definitive PCR Test: Nasal Swab
Test results: In 24 to 72 hours
Physician prescription: Required and not included.
Each Test Includes
1 Testing Cassette
1 Transfer Pipet (For blood collection)
Buffer Drops (Each box has 1 bottle of buffer. Enough for 25 tests.)
Instructions for Use pamphlet
Storage: Store in cool dry place.
(Store between 36 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit and below 65% humidity)
IgG/IgM: Both are tested in 1 test kit. includes everything needed to deliver rapid tests onsite.
Test Type: Finger Stick
Minimum Order: 50 Tests* (Sold in 25 tests per box)
Authorization to Deliver Tests
Practitioners deliver tests under the Laboratory’s CLIA.
Practitioner performs Pre-Analytical portion of test and has option to share preliminary results with patient onsite at practitioner’s discretion.
Laboratory performs Analytical review and gives final results to practitioner.
Note: Under EUA these tests are not approved for home use.
High-Complexity CLIA Laboratory Partnership
Rapid IgM/IgG test kits are manufactured by:
1.A laboratory that has a Medium to High-Complexity CLIA.
2.A laboratory that is a COLA Accredited Laboratory.
3.A Laboratory that is approved to make Laboratory Developed Tests (LDT)
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