If you want to reach out directly, feel free to get in touch using the contact information below.
If you received anything other than a PCR nasal swab, then you did not test with us. If you tested at Cuellar Community Center, please contact Curative here https://curative.com/ who also tests at this location.
Visit one of our testing locations and we can print your results for you.
"Not detected" means you tested negative. "Abnormal" would contain a blank field below it if you tested negative. "Abnormal" would contain a red "A" below it if your result says "Sars-Cov2-Positive", meaning that you tested positive.
Please quarantine for 14 days. You are very likely to be infectious, even if you do not have symptoms. You can test with us again after the 14 day period. Contact your healthcare provider for medical advice. Also contact anyone else you have been around within the past 14 days and let them know you've tested positive so they know to get tested as well.
Most airlines require that you test negative and that you get tested using a PCR test within 72 hours from the moment you board the plane. We recommend you test 48-72 hours before your flight in case you have trouble accessing your results. Please contact us if you experience any issues.
Waiting time in line varies. Average wait time is 10-20 minutes.
Yes. Yes as long as you are in Texas and the collection takes place in Texas, the sample can be tested through Community Labs.
We test people of all ages. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
You may test up to once per week if you test negative each time. If you test positive, please wait at least 14 days to avoid infecting others.
Yes. Since we only send automated results via email, please contact us to request your results. You may also go to one of our public testing sites to get your results printed.
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