Covid PCR Test
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F-Medical Group in Frosinone carries out Covid tests to detect infection from COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The results are usually valid up to 48 hours for Antigen tests and up to 72 hours for PCR tests.
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Via Armando Fabi, 41, 03100 Frosinone FR, Italia
Phone: 07751741655Visit website
FAQs and information on Covid PCR Test
The RT-PCR antigen test (Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction) is the standard gold method to quickly and accurately identify any traces of Covid-19 current infection in the body. This is the most common type of test used to prove that you are currently infected when travelling abroad. These tests require a swab, which can be self-administered or performed by a healthcare professional. These swabs are then sent to a specialised laboratory which can often return results in less than 24 hours.
Where can I get a PCR test to detect the infection Coronavirus in Italy?
If you want to do a private test, you can find laboratories or pharmacies in Italy that offers this service. On faiuntestevai.it we have over 4,000 centres throughout Italy offering different types of Covid-19 tests, including PCR tests.
What is the cost for a PCR test in Italy?
As for the cost of other medical services, the prices for a 19-Covid Private molecular test can vary from place to place. In some cases, the price is set by the regions in which the structure performs the test. On average, the cost you can get around 60 € - 80 €. At faiuntestevai.it we try to provide cost information for test centres included on our platform.
Where can I get a Coronavirus test in Italy?
Access to tests that detect infection from Covid-19 in Italy vary from region to region. On faintestevai.it you can find laboratories and pharmacies throughout Italy which carried out the tests and you can filter by requirements, test types and results languages.
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These details have been last updated on 13/01/22