Rapid Antigen Testing for COVID-19 in Sydney
24th August, 2021
Recently NSW Health has allowed the use of rapid antigen tests to help detect COVID-19 in people who do not have symptoms.
For Sydney businesses that require their workforce to be on-site, such as those in the logistics and warehousing, and construction and mining industries, a rapid antigen test at your premises can help protect your workforce and business operation as a whole.
This also extends to Sydney schools, considering rapid antigen testing for COVID-19 for when students, teachers and supervisors are in attendance for exams.
Rapid Antigen Testing Service for Businesses
Cornerstone Health operates ten large-scale medical centres in Australia. Since March 2020, we have provided innovative solutions in response to the challenges of the pandemic - from COVID-19 testing clinics to COVID-19 vaccine clinics.
Since August 2021, Cornerstone Health has been helping Sydney businesses setup a Rapid Antigen Test service at their place of work. Our team are trained in the correct use of Rapid Antigen Test kits and the interpretation of the test results. Whether you're a business of 30 or 300 employees, we can help screen your workforce for COVID-19.
Rapid Antigen Testing Supervisor Service
For businesses or schools, of any size, wanting to operate their own Rapid Antigen Testing, Cornerstone Health also offers a supervisor service. For these clients, we train your own team on the use of Rapid Antigen Test kits, supply the test kits and PPE, and provide ongoing on-site and remote support, any time of the day.
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What is Rapid Antigen Testing not suitable for?
Cornerstone Health are specialists at setting up Rapid Antigen Testing clinics for businesses, administered by trained healthcare professionals. Additionally, Rapid Antigen Testing is not a substitute for common COVID-safe practises including the correct wearing of face masks, social distancing and correct hand hygiene. Positive test results or symptomatic persons will require immediate confirmatory testing with a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test.