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How to use COVID-19 Self Test (Video)（Contains most brands on the market）
What is the difference between antigen detection and nucleic acid detection？ Who are suitable for antigen self-test products? How to test antigen self-test products? What should I do if the antigen self-test is positive? Can antigen testing replace nucleic acid testing?
A total of 48 new crown vaccines have been tested in humans worldwide, and 164 are in the laboratory research stage. So many vaccines, what's the difference between them? The ABC released a set of cartoons that divide hundreds of vaccines four categories according to how they work.
COVID-19 tests can detect either SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, or antibodies that your body makes after getting COVID-19 or after getting vaccinated. Tests for SARS-CoV-2 tell you if you have an infection at the time of the test. This type of test is called a “viral” test because it looks for viral infection. Antigen or Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAATs) are viral tests.
Wear your N95 properly so it is effective N95s must form a seal to the face to work properly. This is especially important for people at increased risk for severe disease. Wearing an N95 can make it harder to breathe. If you have heart or lung problems, talk to your doctor before using an N95. Some N95s may contain latex in the straps. If you have natural rubber latex allergies, see the manufacturers’ website for information about your specific model.
Children and Adults in All Indoor and Outdoor Settings (Excluding K-12 School Settings) Was the person less than 6 feet away from someone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19? Consider time spent with someone with COVID-19 starting 2 days before the infected person developed symptoms, or the date they were tested if they do not have symptoms, until they started isolation. Has the person been in the presence of someone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period? If the answers to the questions above are both yes, the person is a close contact, regardless of whether the person was wearing a mask properly. If the answer to either of the questions above is no, the person is not a close contact. What should the close contact do?
Q: Is there a difference between a face mask, a barrier face covering, a surgical mask, and a respirator? Q: Which face masks, barrier face coverings, and surgical masks are medical devices regulated by the FDA?
At-Home Testing Translated Resources
How to use the iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test (iHealth) (Video)
Step-by-Step Guide to Self-Swab for Antigen Rapid Test (Video)
HOW TO: A Guide for the BinaxNOW™ COVID-19 Self Test (Video)
How to use COVID-19 Flowflex Self Test (Video)
QUICKVUE rapid antigen self test. How to do it. (Video)
Test yourself for COVID-19 with our rapid antigen self-test (Roche) (Video)
How to Take an At-Home Saliva Test （Vault Saliva PCR Test）(Video)
BD Veritor Rapid Antigen Test Step-by-Step Guide to Self-Swab for Antigen Rapid Test (Ministry of Manpower) (Video)
If your test comes back negative this means the virus was not detected. However, a negative test does not mean you will not get sick later. Test again if your symptoms don’t go away or as often as needed to make sure you continue to protect your community.