What is the difference between an in-clinic ART test and a self-test ART?
In-clinic ART tests are carried out by medical professionals, who are trained to carry out the procedure. This ensures results are more accurate. As such, pre-departure ART tests and most pre-event tests require the ART to be carried out in a clinic.
I want to organise a group in-clinic testing (for my family/friends/workplace). How can I do that?
If you would like to organise a group booking, you can reach out to BD@DoctorAnywhere.com for assistance. Do let us know the number of people involved, your preferred date, and if you would like to do these tests in our clinic or on-site.
Are there any requirements for on-site Antigen Rapid Tests (ART)?
We would first need to come down to your preferred site to on-site recce and discuss the site set-up. Our size requirements depend on the number of expected event attendees, as we would also need to cater for safe distancing measures between ...
If I'm organising or attending a multi-day event, do I need to take more than one Antigen Rapid Test (ART)?
Yes, if your event spans more than 24 hours, you would need to take more than one ART. This is because the ART results are typically only valid for 24 hours.
What happens if my Antigen Rapid Test (ART) results are positive?
If your ART test results are positive, we will conduct a COVID-19 PCR test to confirm the test results. While the COVID-19 PCR results are being processed, you would need to isolate yourself at home. Should your COVID-19 PCR results be positive, we ...