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Rapid Covid Test in Santo Stefano di Magra

Farmacia Gemignani di Gemignani Emilio & c snc

Via Cisa Sud, 498, 19037 Santo Stefano di Magra SP, Italia

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Opening Hours
Monday
08:30 – 13:00
15:30 – 20:00
Tuesday
08:30 – 13:00
15:30 – 20:00
Wednesday
08:30 – 13:00
15:30 – 20:00
Thursday
08:30 – 13:00
15:30 – 20:00
Friday
08:30 – 13:00
15:30 – 20:00
Saturday
08:30 – 13:00
15:30 – 20:00
Sunday
Closed

Antigen Test Farmacia Gemignani di Gemignani Emilio & c snc

Get a Rapid Covid Test (Lateral Flow Test) in Santo Stefano di Magra with Farmacia Gemignani di Gemignani Emilio & c snc to check for an infection from COVID-19 (Coronavirus). If you're travelling, the results are usually valid for up to 48 hours for Rapid Antigen tests and up to 72 hours for PCR tests.

Find out about the cost and other information on this page and contact Farmacia Gemignani di Gemignani Emilio & c snc directly to book an Antigen Test.

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Common conditions covered by a Lateral Flow Test

COVID-19 Influenza SARS-CoV-2 Sore throat Fever

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Rapid Covid Test FAQs

Unlike PCR tests that require sending swabs to a specialised laboratory, the rapid tests (also called antigens) can return results without being sent to a specialised structure. Some tests provide results even while waiting in less than fifteen minutes. These tests are also known as lateral flow method or fluorescence.

Usually antigen tests/lateral flow tests do not require the prescription of a doctor in Italy. However, it is good to inform your doctor about the values ​​of the results in order to enable it to assess whether or not there is the need to prescribe a possible molecular tests.

People in a high-risk environment can have a lateral flow test as it is faster. Now, self-testing kits are also available.

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These details have been last updated on 11/10/22