A fast and accurate way to test yourself for COVID-19 without leaving home.
- FDA EUA Authorized rt-PCR at-home collection kit. See FDA Authorization here.
- Non-invasive saliva collection device, unlike nasal swabs.
- Accurate test results: 99% sensitivity and 98% specificity.
- Results within 24 to 72 hours after the sample has arrived at the lab.
This test detects the presence of the virus RNA, whose presence indicates current infection, and detects the latest known mutations of the coronavirus. cerascreen® is a registered producer of medical products with ISO certifications DIN EN ISO 9001 and DIN EN ISO 13485.
Orders placed before 2 PM are shipped that day. Delivery time is within 2 days.
Please note: Due to state restrictions, this test cannot be delivered to NY, NJ, RI, MD, PA, and NV.
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Common Symptoms of the Coronavirus
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HOW IT WORKS
Order your COVID-19 test
Complete the quick online assessment. If eligible, your test kit will be shipped to your home within 2 days.
Collect & Send your Sample
Collect your saliva sample and send it to our partner lab for testing. Our test includes a prepaid UPS express shipping label to ensure fast turnaround.
Activate your test
Enter the barcode number found on your saliva collection device in your secure user account on our website or the my cerascreen® App.
Receive test results
You will receive your official test results 24-72 hours after your sample has reached the lab. Easily share your results with your doctor, employer, or airline.
Advantages of taking the Covid PCR Test at Home?
Test for a SARS-CoV-2 infection safely and discretely from home, with results available within 24-72 hours of arriving in the lab. cerascreen® has partnered with a CLIA certified lab that has received an Emergency Use Authorization from the FDA. This test will confirm the presence of coronavirus, but will not indicate immunity or detect antibodies.
Benefit from our expertise: cerascreen® is the market leader for medical self-tests in Europe, with eight years of experience in the development and analysis of tests. In the European market, we have developed more than 40 certified sample collection kits (medical products), analyzed more than 250,000 samples, and deliver to 19 different European countries.
For more information, please visit our Health Portal to find answers to your questions about Coronavirus and COVID-19
What's the Difference Between PCR and Rapid Tests?
Antigen tests (usually referred to as rapid tests) detect a protein specific to the coronavirus. These tests are usually performed with a nasal or throat swab and are used to detect if a person is at or near peak infection. The turnaround time for antigen tests are generally very fast, but are often less accurate.
PCR tests are considered the "gold standard" because they detect RNA (genetic material) that is specific to the virus. PCR tests are highly sensitive and can detect the virus in asymptomatic patients. The PCR test does have a longer turnaround time (around 2-3 days), but are usually more accurate than antigen tests. cerascreen® 's PCR test uses a saliva collection device, which is less invasive and more comfortable than nasal swabs.
Your Results Report
Digital results available on any deviceSecurely and conveniently access your results through my.cerascreen, available on any iOS or Android, tablet, or desktop. Easy to print and share with your doctor and family.
Questions about the Coronavirus Test
How accurate is the test?
There are currently many different tests on the market for coronavirus, however not all are reliable and accurate. PCR testing is the established gold standard used for diagnosing a COVID-19 infection, with 99% sensitivity and 98% specificity.
The test is based on the well-established medical and scientific standard for detecting the infectious disease COVID-19. Doctors and hospitals use this same technology, as it is currently considered the most accurate method of testing.
What should I do if my test result is positive?
If your test result is positive, please follow the recommendations of the World Health Organization and contact your healthcare provider with any questions. You will receive the recommendation to report your result to the CDC in your area. You may also want to inform your healthcare provider.
The lab is also required by law to report all test results to the CDC. This includes both positive and negative test results.
Your doctor or the CDC will determine if you need medical attention, or if quarantine at home is enough. You should contact your doctor every couple of days to discuss your symptoms.
Will my insurance cover my test?
Currently health insurance providers will not pay for self-testing.
Some private health insurances may offer a reimbursement for the test. Ask your insurance provider for more information.
Is this an antibody test?
No. The Coronavirus Test is a PCR test, which measures for a current infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus in a saliva sample using PCR technology.
An antibody test detects antibodies that the immune system develops against the virus. Typically antibodies cannot be detected until the infection is already over and you no longer have any symptoms. This type of test is used to find out if you had an infection in the past. You can find out more here about the cerascreen® Coronavirus Antibody Test
- This test has not been FDA cleared or approved
- This test has been authorized by FDA under an EUA for use by authorized laboratories
- This test has been authorized only for the detection of nucleic acid from SARS-CoV-2, not for any other viruses or pathogens;
- This test is only authorized for the duration of the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of emergency use of in vitro diagnostics for detection and/or diagnosis of COVID-19 under Section 564(b)(1) of the Act, 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3(b)(1), unless the authorization is terminated or revoked sooner.
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