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Covid-19 RT PCR Test in Haryana

COVID-19 (SARS CoV-2) Real Time PCR
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Report Generation time - Within 24 Hrs after sample collection
Description - RT-PCR (also called RT PCR/ RTPCR/Covid) Test stands for Reverse Transcription-Polymerase Chain R ....Read More

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Yes. The COVID-19 virus has a number of symptoms, which include fever, body pain, nausea, cold, cough, etc. However, it is also possible to be COVID-positive without showing any symptoms as well, so it is recommended that individuals undergo a rapid RT-PCR test in Gurgaon for COVID-19 if they have recently come into contact with a COVID positive individual(s).

It varies. One may start showing symptoms of coronavirus after 1-14 days of being exposed. Mild to moderate COVID-19 infections can last for up to two weeks, while more severe infections may take up to 6 weeks. As some people show symptoms of coronavirus, while some are asymptomatic, it is recommended that you opt for an RT-PCR test in Gurgaon if you suspect exposure and that you isolate yourself if any symptoms appear.

For the RT-PCR test for COVID-19, a throat and nasal swab are collected, while only a nasal swab is required for the rapid antigen test. You can also opt for the home collection of these samples with Max Lab.

The RT-PCR test is one of the most accurate types of tests for coronavirus, as it provides a more comprehensive report. The RT-PCR test detects the presence of coronavirus through the presence of specific proteins and genetic material (RNA) in the samples.

The price of the COVID-19 test in Gurgaon depends on the test you choose. You can check the prices of the COVID-19 tests offered by Max Lab here. Reports for the test are generated within 24 hours from sample collection

Once the sample collection procedure for the coronavirus test has been completed, the report for the same will be generated within 24 hours. You can check the RT-PCR test report online at Max Lab as well.

Here’s what you need to do to check your RT-PCR test report online at Max Lab:

Step 1: Click on the “Download Report” option on the Max Lab website.

Step 2: Enter your registered mobile number to get an OTP.

Step 3: Use the OTP to log in.

Step 4: Next, you need to select the name of the patient.

Step 5: View and download the report using the link.

For any queries or assistance, you can reach out to us at +91 7982 100 200

No. For domestic travel, a COVID-19 test report is not mandatory. However, it may be a requirement at the destination for which you have booked your flight. So, make sure you check the government’s guidelines at least 72 hours before you travel, so you can get an RT-PCR test performed at Max Lab in time in case it is required.

Yes. Children and infants can also undergo the RT-PCR test for COVID-19. The test is recommended for children and infants in case their mother or caregiver tests positive for COVID-19. You can also opt for a home sample collection for an RT-PCR test with Max Lab.

You can choose from various COVID-19 tests at Max Lab. We offer the RT-PCR test, rapid antigen and rapid antibody tests, and the TrueNat and CB NAAT tests. The reports for the tests are generated within 24 hours of sample collection and can be checked online as well, using your registered mobile number.

About This Test

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