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Covid-19 test.

About the Test
Covid-19 Test
GoGetTested.com COVID-19 tests administered by WellHealth uses CDC developed laboratory test kits for testing patient specimens for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus that causes COVID-19.

This is currently the most accurate test authorized by the FDA to diagnose the presence of COVID-19. The PCR uses a nasal swab to test for genetic material from the SARS-CoV-2 virus.This test is best for diagnosing active cases of COVID-19 even before symptoms begin and even if you’re asymptomatic. This test will tell you if you have COVID-19 right now. Test results should be available within 48 hours.

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Day of Test
Testing site
Please go to the location that you selected during scheduling. You should aim to arrive at the testing location 5 - 10 minutes before your scheduled test time.
When you arrive a GoGetTested co-ordinator will check you in using the QR code (you should have received this via SMS or email), and verify your identity against a government issued ID (Drivers License, or other Identification). Please stay in your car and keep your windows rolled-up until you reach the testing administrator.
Follow the signs to the testing tent.
Once you arrive at the testing tent the testing administrator will check your QR code, and Identification again. This ensures that your test results will be labeled appropriately.
The administrator will walk you through the test, this should take no more than 5-10 minutes. Once the test is done you will be free to go.
Test Results
Negative Test Result
Although your test results did not detect the virus, continue to monitor for symptoms for up to 14 days after your last possible exposure.

Seek medical attention immediately if you develop severe symptoms, especially if you experience trouble breathing, continuous pain or pressure in your chest, feeling confused or have difficulty waking up, or blue-colored lips or face.
It's important to follow social distancing,  isolation, or quarantine precautions as recommended.

If you are a healthcare professional, first responder, frontline worker, or critical infrastructure worker and believe you have been directly exposed while at work, you should consult your place of work for specific occupational health guidance about whether to stay home or continue working.

You should adhere to recommendations set forth by your employer or the department of health, as they may differ from the CDC's guidelines.

Positive Test Result:
This informational below is intended to provide guidance to individuals with a mild or suspected case of COVID-19 who do not need to be hospitalized and can receive care at home.

This document also contains information for household members, intimate partners, and caregivers of these individuals. If you develop severe symptoms, please seek immediate medical attention.

If you are a healthcare professional, first responder, frontline worker, or critical infrastructure worker and believe you have been directly exposed while at work, you should consult your place of work for specific occupational health guidance about whether to stay home or continue working.

You should adhere to recommendations set forth by your employer or the department of health, as they may differ from the CDC's guidelines.

Definitions
Isolation and quarantine are both ways to limit interaction with others and prevent the spread of disease.

- Isolation : Separating sick people from people who are not sickIndividuals are separated for a period of time until they are no longer infectious

- QuarantineSeparating individuals who may have been exposed to a contagious disease but haven't been tested. They are separated for a period of time to see if they get sick.

- Isolation : The below information is for individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19.

Follow the prevention steps below. Stay home

Stay in a specific room and away from other people and pets in your home

Restrict any activities outside your home, except for getting medical care

Avoid public areas, including work and schoolAvoid using public transportation, ride-sharing, or taxis

Cover your nose and mouth

If you are sick, wear a facemask when you are around other people or pets

Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, and throw away used tissues

Monitor your symptoms

Seek medical attention immediately if your symptoms get worse, especially if you experience any of the following:

Trouble breathing

Continuous pain or pressure in the chest

Feeling confused or difficulty waking up

Blue-colored lips or face

If you seek medical attention, be sure to call ahead before visiting the facility. This will help the facility keep other people from possibly getting infected or exposed.

Tell any healthcare provider that you may have COVID-19.

Avoid using public transportation, ride-sharing, or taxis.

Put on a facemask before you enter any healthcare facility.Patients with confirmed COVID-19 should remain under home isolation until the risk of spreading the disease to others is low (usually 14 days). The decision about when to return to work should be determined by your employer and local health department recommendations. In all cases, follow the guidance of your healthcare provider and local health department.

The decision to stop home isolation should be made in consultation with your healthcare provider and state and local health departments. Local decisions depend on local circumstances.

Quarantine: The below information is for individuals without symptoms who have not been tested for COVID-19 but may have been exposed.If you have been potentially exposed to COVID-19, you should self-quarantine by staying home and limiting interaction with others for 14 days after possible exposure.

To be safe, you should follow the prevention steps above. During this time period, you should monitor your symptoms closely to see if you get sick. If, after this period, you have still not developed any symptoms, you are not at risk of spreading the virus.

Get tested or call your healthcare provider right away if you develop symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 (such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath). Information for household members, intimate partners, and caregivers

The below information is for household members, intimate partners, and caregivers of a person who:Has tested positive for COVID-19.

Does not have symptoms, has not been tested for COVID-19, and may have been exposed.
Any individual that may have close contact with a person with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 should follow these recommendations:

Monitor your health

Call your healthcare provider right away if you develop symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 (such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath)

Separate yourselfHousehold members should stay in another room or be separated from the patient as much as possible

Use a separate bedroom and bathroom, if possible

Limit visitors who do not need to be in the home

Make sure that shared spaces in the home have good airflow and ventilationProvide help and supportHelp the patient follow their healthcare provider's instructionsHelp the patient with basic needs in the home, such as getting groceries, prescriptions, and other personal needsHelp care for any pets in the home.

Monitor the patient's symptoms

If the patient is getting sicker, help them seek medical attentionWear facemasks and disposable gloves

The patient should wear a facemask when they are around other peopleIf the patient is not able to wear a facemask, you should wear a mask when you are in the same room as them.

Wear a disposable facemask and gloves when you touch or have contact with the patient's body fluids, such as saliva, mucus, blood, stool, vomit, or urine

Wear disposable gloves while handling soiled items and keep soiled items away from your body

Throw out disposable facemasks and gloves after using and do not reuse them

Wash hands or use alcohol based hand sanitizer after removing gloves, and again after removing facemasks.

Discuss any additional questions with your healthcare provider or a local / state health department official.

GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) HEALTH INFO

Wash handsWash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
Wash your hands especially after blowing your nose, coughing, sneezing, going to the bathroom, or before eating or preparing food

If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol

Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth, and other people with unwashed hands

Do not share dishes, cups, eating utensils, towels, or bedding with other people or pets

After using personal items, they should be washed thoroughly with soap and water

Clean high touch surfaces such as counters, tabletops, doorknobs, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones, keyboards, tablets, and bedside tables

Clean any surfaces that may come in contact with body fluids, blood, or stool

Use a household cleaning spray or wipesImmediately remove and wash clothes or bedding that have body fluids, blood, or stool on them