Which test do I need?

If you are travelling abroad and need a test to return to the US that satisfies all CDC and airline requirements, you will need the Antigen Test. IMPORTANT: These kits must be ordered and delivered to a U.S. residence prior to your departure abroad. You will pack and take these with you on your trip. … Read more

Minor Child Testing

Any minor child being tested must be registered by a parent or legal guardian.  During registration make sure you select the option indicated the registration is for a ‘Minor Child’.  The questions on the website will provide electronic authorization / permission for the testing as well as a HIPAA release.  (This is all included in … Read more

Medical Observation for Antigen test

IMPORTANT: You must pre-register your test ONLY within 4 hours of use. Registrations expire after 24 hours – registrations beyond this timeframe will require re-registration which may cause a delay. Each person being tested must have their test registered prior to observation – the email provided in this registration will determine where results will be … Read more

My Antigen test came back positive, what should I do now?

It is recommended that a positive antigen test result in an asymptomatic, unexposed individual should be immediately followed by a PCR test to verify the positive result. This follow-up specimen should be collected within 24 hours of the original test, if possible, and no more than 48 hours after the antigen test. Specimens collected more … Read more

How long do I have to use my Antigen Test? Expiration date?

The Antigen test has an expiration date printed on the cassette package. Clarity Antigen Tests have a 1.5 to 2 year shelf life. Note: The CareStart Tests have a three to six month shelf life. The CareStart Antigen tests expiration has been extended by the manufacturer and the FDA. They are valid PAST THE PRINTED … Read more

What is the difference between the RT-PCR Test and the Antigen Test?

Both tests determine COVID-19 current infection status, however they have very different use cases. PCR testing is considered the “gold standard” in SARS-CoV-2 detection. This test actually detects RNA (or genetic material) that is specific to the virus and can detect the virus within days of infection, even those who have no symptoms. Antigen testing … Read more

Is the SARS-CoV-2 virus saliva test covered by insurance?

Reliant is out-of-network with all health insurance plans and providers and cannot submit a claim for you.  Reliant cannot bill your insurance directly for your test; all payment will be out of pocket for the purchase of the test.  However, you can submit your purchase receipt to your insurance company for reimbursement, which will be … Read more

Is my information safe and protected?

Yes, Reliant is HIPAA compliant and we will ensure that personal health information stays secure by employing modern security best practices and standards. .

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