I saw on their site results are typically in 12 hours. Do you recall how long they took?
What type of test I can’t handle the nose swab.Do they do saliva test.
The do the saliva one here: http://www.cdrossi.com/novedades-para-pacientes/nuevo-test-rt-pcr-saliva_1593.htmlWhat type of test I can’t handle the nose swab.Do they do saliva test.
The U.S. government will require all international airline passengers to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test before boarding flights to the country, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday.
The CDC’s order, confirming earlier reporting by The Wall Street Journal, followed weeks of discussions among federal agencies and the White House coronavirus task force. The order will go into effect Jan. 26.
They will accept antigen (rapid tests) or PCR. Does anyone know of where to get the antigen tests? So far I’ve found IMAT or RossiLooks like starting Jan 26, a negative test is required for all flights heading towards US, regardless of final destination and in addition to any requirements of the final destination.
The directive expands an earlier CDC order requiring travelers on flights from the U.K. to show negative test results before boarding.www.wsj.com
The later. Here they tend to go much deeper than say Brazil, where they use a separate swab for the throat and nose.This nasal swab test. In Argentina is it the same as in California i.e. they hand out nasal swab to you and you put it in your nose all by yourself?
Or do they stick nasal swab in your nose with their own hands and at their own pace and length?
I have had 2 PCRs in Brazil and 1 in BA. At GRU they did nose and throat, at Porto Alegre they only did nose (technician said they no longer require throat); in BA they did both nose and throat. In all cases they used different swaps for the nose and throat, not the same.The later. Here they tend to go much deeper than say Brazil, where they use a separate swab for the throat and nose.