It is performed on a person’s blood. If the IgG antibody for SARS-CoV2 is detected, it indicates that the person was previously infected by the virus that causes COVID-19.
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Those wishing to be tested should visit www.compunetlab.com and click on Coronavirus/COVID-19. Under the patients section, you will be able to schedule an appointment and print out an order form to bring to the testing site.
Patients should also wear a mask if they have one.
Testing is available on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1801 Edwin C. Moses Blvd.
Antibody testing is not for someone who believes they currently have the virus. Anyone with symptoms of coronavirus should contact their doctor about being tested.
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Test results will be available through CompuNet’s patient portal or by the mail within 10 days.
The test is available due to a partnership between UD, CompuNet, Premier Health and Fidelity Health Care.