drive-up covid-19 testing
Delta Direct Care currently offers drive-up two COVID-19 drive-up tests:
- Molecular NaaT Test: This molecular test (also called PCR test, viral RNA, nuecleic acid test) use a deep nasal swab and will have fewer false negative results than other diagnostic tests or samples from throat swabs or saliva. It is consider the most reliable however must be processed at the lab and can take anywhere from 3 – 14 days depending on volume of tests.
- BD Veritor™ Rapid Antigen Test: This test uses a nasal or throat swab and test antigens. Similar to a strep or pregnancy test, false negative results tend to occur more often with antigen tests than with molecular tests. As with the molecular test, the false positive rate of antigen testing should be close to zero.
WHO, HOW, WHERE, & WHEN
WHO: Anyone can be tested — DDC Members or Non. We DO NOT charge an additional appointment fee (like many clinics). Our costs are for the test only.
HOW: Both tests are done by appointment via drive-up.
WHEN: We can accommodate many same-day appointments. Simply call (360) 999-5138 to schedule a date and time.
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PRICE PER TEST
We DO NOT charge an appointment fee for testing! Anyone can be tested with or without an examination first.
Molecular NaaT Test (Ave 2-5 days results*)
BD Veritor™ Rapid Test (15 min result)
Fees are collected at the time of collection (Touchless Debit or Credit Card only)
While we do not bill insurance (as part of our business) we can provide all the necessary paperwork to submit your COVID-19 test expense for reimbursement.
* Comprehensive test is sent to Quest Laboratory for processing and results are subject to volume of tests.Results from the lab have been as quick as 2 days but we can not guarantee the turn around time. Some have taken as long as 14 days.
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The Coronavirus (nCoV) is a “novel” virus which means it is a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans. It also means it has the ability to evolve and change. Because of this fact, it’s critical that our response with regards to safety and controlling the spread also continue to evolve and change.