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How accurate or reliable is this test?
This rapid antigen test is 96.9% accurate. Our rapid antigen test kit measured 92% sensitivity and 99.67% specificity during scientific trials and testing.
Positive: When a purple-red band appears in the Control Line (C) and Test Line (T).
Negative: When only the Control Line (C) shows a purple-red band and there is no purple-red band appearing in the Test Line (T).
Invalid: If there is no purple-red band appearing in the Control Line (C), regardless of the result shown in the Test Line (T), it indicates either the operation process is incorrect or the test kit has been damaged. In this case, please retest with a new test kit strictly following the instruction. If the problem reoccurs, please report it to your local supplier.
All authentic Lepu SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Rapid Tests for self-testing carry a light-blue label with miniature Lepu logo, anti-counterfeiting shading, regiment floral pattern, gilding, and temperature-sensitive ink used for fire discoloration. By scratching the covered bottom part of the label, you will find a unique code used for our online authenticity check-up system.
Step 1: Scratch the cover on the mark to get the authenticity code
Step 2: Find the Lepu official website on the mark
Step 3: Go to Lepu official website (en.lepumedical.com), then go to the authenticity check page
Step 4: Type in the authenticity code in the searching box and click the searching button. A green mark will appear if the item is authentic.
How often should I be testing for COVID-19?
If you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 and you think that you may also be infected, it’s recommended that you test every day for a few days.
The virus builds up in your body over a certain amount of time so it may be that the test does not detect the virus in the very early stage of the infection.
Testing frequently is recommended.
When can an antigen test detect a COVID-19 infection?
Antigen tests are able to detect COVID-19 during the first phase of the infection (the period when you are most contagious).
It can detect an infection a few days prior to the first symptoms appearing, up to a week after the first symptoms. After that time, the are antibodies are active and an antigen test is no longer able to detect the virus. The important thing is that this test can detect the virus when you are most contagious, exactly when you want to know before visiting friends, family, or working with colleagues.
Graph and data from Nature.com
Can an antigen test detect past infections?
To detect past infections, it is recommended to take an antibody test. Antibody tests will detect previous infections, but they will not detect active or current infections.
I tested positive, what should I do?
If you have tested positive, it is strongly recommended to follow guidelines and procedures set out by your local authorities.
Get in touch with your usual doctor, GP or healthcare professional, they will advise you on the next steps to take.
I tested negative, what should I do?