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An Antibody is created by the body to help the body fight specific infections. Covid 19 antibodies help to fight and defeat the Sars Cov 2 virus that causes COVID-19.
There are 3 ways to get antibodies:
Antibodies from a COVID-19 infection are estimated to last for 3-6 months. Antibodies from COVID-19 vaccines or passive immunization are estimated to last 1 year or more. Actual duration is still unknown.
Yes. Antibodies can be detected with a single drop of blood from your fingertip. The test is simple and results in 10-15 minutes while you wait.
Doctors recommend getting Vaccinated because even if you don’t have symptoms of COVID-19, your lungs and other organs still become scarred which may lead to other illness in your future.
Covid -19 vaccine – Pfizer and Moderna require 2 shots. Both appointments will be scheduled prior to your first injections. The second appointment will be scheduled for 3-4 weeks from the time of your first shot. 2 shots of Pfizer and Moderna are proven to be 95% effective.
Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine is a single-dose vaccine. Only one appointment is needed. The single-dose vaccine is approximately 65% effective. The most common side effects are fatigue, sore injection site, headache. After your injection apply a cool cloth near the injection site, exercise your arm and drink lots of fluid. These actions can help reduce side effects.
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The Covid-19 PCR test results take 3-5 days (same day and 2 hour test now available). The Covid-19 Antigen and Covid-19 Antibody tests are rapid tests and you will get your results in 15-20 minutes.
COVID-19 PCR Tests are now available to get same day or 2-hour results. There is an out of pocket convenience fee for these tests. The convenience fee for the same day is a $150.00 and the 2 hour is $210.00.
There are multiple reasons to get tested. Testing plays a key role to contain and mitigate the pandemic to help prevent further transmission of the disease.