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Oral PCR Swab Instructions

For manual correction self-swabs

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Nasal Swab Instructions

Self-swab nasal specimen collection

PCR Vs Antigen Testing

COVID-19 diagnostic testing

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Antbody vs PCR Testing

COVID-19 antigen testing vs PCR Testing

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Oral PCR Swab Instructions

For manual correction self-swabs

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Nasal Swab Instructions

Self-swab nasal specimen collection

PCR Vs Antigen Testing

COVID-19 diagnostic testing

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Antigen vs PCR Testing

COVID-19 antigen vs PCR testing

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Antibody vs PCR Testing

COVID-19 antibody vs PCR testing

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Covid19 Test is free

Any thing related to covid19 is free that includes and not limited to testing physician visits consultation retesting or any other related medical services

Swab Instructions
Self-swab nasal specimen collection

We know you aren’t feeling well. Thank you for your participation. With your help, we want to understand whether people can test themselves for COVID-19 without assistance from a clinician.

These kinds of tests could one day become available for at-home swabbing for COVID-19 and other diseases like it. We appreciate your time and attention to the instructions below.
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Remove the nasal swab from the wrapper by pulling the two ends of the wrapper apart (like you would to open a band-aid). Be careful to only touch the handle, not the tip. Open
Gently insert the entire soft tip of the swab into one nostril until you feel a bit of resistance and rub it in a circle around your nostril 4 times. Next, gently insert the same swab into the other nostril and rub it around the same way. Swabnose
Lower the swab, tip first, into the provided tube. Once the tip is at the bottom, break the swab handle at the top of the tube by bending back and forth. Screw the red cap on tightly.