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Antibody Test - Blood Drop

There are several kinds of tests are available for COVID-19: viral tests and antibody tests. A viral test tells you if you have a current infection. Can be determined by an Antigen Test or a PCR Test.

An antibody test might tell you if you had a past infection by determining if you developed antibodies to the virus. Note: not everyone will develop antibodies

Viral Test - Nasal Swab

There are several kinds of tests are available for COVID-19: viral tests (also called antigen test or PCR test) and antibody tests. A viral test tells you if you have a current infection. An antibody test might tell you if you had a past infection.

For Viral Infections we offer a Rapid Antigen Test (effective 12/2/2020) – Nasal Swab for Active Infection, not covered by insurance and its $95.

We also now offer the CUE Health FDA Approved RT-PCR Rapid Test, with results in 20 minutes to your mobile device. Airline approved! If you need to fly today, this is your test! $295. 

RT-PCR COVID TEST

COVID-19 test RT_PCR Test with results delivered to your mobile device in about 20 minutes. 99% sensitivity. Airline approved!

COVID Antigen Rapid Test - Nasal Swab - FREE

Walk In Only, No Appt Required, Results in 15 Minutes, any age.

COVID Antibody Rapid Test

Fingerstick Blood Drop, COVID-19 IgG/IgM Rapid Antibody Test

COVID Immunizations

Now available at Glendale, Tempe and Chandler Locations.

More information on COVID19 Testing Options and Resources

Two kinds of tests are available for COVID-19: viral tests and antibody tests. A viral test tells you if you have a current infection. An antibody test might tell you if you had a past infection.

Not everyone needs to be tested for COVID-19. Learn more here.

Here is some information that might help you make a decision about seeking care or testing:

Who needs to be tested? Who needs a coronavirus test?

Most people have mild illness, are able to recover at home, and do not need testing.

There is no treatment specifically approved for this virus so the answer from a test would not necessarily guide how you would care for your symptoms.

Testing results may be helpful to inform your decisions about whom you come in contact with.