Do I need a health professional to use the tests?
How quickly can I get the tests?
How long does the test take?
What is the shelf life of the test?
Is your testing program authorised for travel?
Our testing program adheres to the requirements of Australian, US and other travel programs requirements. It is your responsibility to determine the needs of the airline or cruise and the destination to which you are traveling. We only create the documentation and observe the testing process in accordance with Canadian & US travel requirements which are typically the gold standard.
Can I book a virtual test for someone else?
How does virtual testing work?
You need a TGA authorised device such as the ones sold by us. You pay for the session(s) you need and then book once for each session. We use Calendly, an online booking tool that sends you a meeting invite with the instructions and a link so that on the day of your session, you can click this link and join at your scheduled time. You will be connected with one of our health professionals who will observe and guide you through the testing process. Our team is required to make the interpretation and issue you a test report which will be emailed to you shortly after your session ends.
How long will the virtual testing session take?
Do you do COVID tests for work?
How do I book in my family?
Who can buy the tests?
COVID-19 rapid antigen point-of-care tests can be only sold to businesses, institutions and other organisations. The businesses who do buy them, require a registered Australian Health Professional to administer and oversee testing, either on site or virtually.
COVID-19 rapid antigen self-tests (for home use) can be purchased by anyone for use at home by individuals.
Who is allowed to conduct the tests?
COVID-19 rapid antigen self-tests can be used by anyone on themselves.
Are your products TGA approved?
Do the tests work on all variants of COVID-19?
Is this good for children and adolescents?
Is there a maximum number of times the test can be performed on somebody?
How effective are they compared to the PCR test?
Do businesses need to have policies and procedures in place to perform tests?
It is your responsibility to determine travel requirements for your destination and carrier.