COVID Antibody Testing FAQs
While we do offer antibody testing, traditional PCR tests (for active infection) still seem to be more informative than antibody results.
Blood samples are taken and sent for testing.
When filling out your paperwork on your phone, be sure to accept the “consent to get your results electronically” and give us your email address.
Test results can take up to 3 days.
Our central office will call you with positive or negative results.
Local clinics will not have access to your results, but can answer other questions after your appointment.
Positive test results don’t necessarily mean you have antibodies for COVID-19 (they could be from a related virus causing the positive result).
Positive results do not ensure that you are immune to reinfection.
Negative test results do not guarantee a person has not had prior exposure, infection or has immunity to COVID-19.