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Test We Offer: RT-PCR


Covid-19 Test


RT-PCR is the laboratory test of choice. It is the most sensitive, giving you the most accurate result. Recommended for individuals who show symptoms of a SARS-CoV-2 infection or who may have been exposed.

Sample required: Nasopharyngeal swab, throat swab or sputum

Availability of results: 24 hours


Getting Tested is Easy

We offer our covid-19 test to:

1.Corporate organizations who want to ensure the safety of their employees

2.Individuals who suspect that they have a Covid-19 infection.

3.Individuals who want to test if they have built up immunity following an infection.


We offer home service collection in Lagos and Osun States.

Our Centres in Lagos are 

  • Ikeja GRA
  • Victoria Island
  • Ikoyi
  • Lekki Phase1

Please provide your information below and we will get in touch with you


How will I get my results?

Your results will be available within 24hours via email

Are my results safe?

For notifiable diseases which have the risk of contagion and are of public health concern, we are legally required to notify the health authorities of our results when positive

How will I know when my result is ready?

Once your results are available, we will share it with you by email

Should I get tested? 

  1. Do you have symptoms associated with the SARS-CoV-2 infection? If you have symptoms like fever, cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, loss of sense of smell and taste, gastro-intestinal symptoms or muscle ache you may want to take a RT-PCR Covid-19 test to be certain.
  2. Have you tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 previously? If yes, antibody testing is recommended 14 days after an initial test to determine immunisation. A follow up test is recommended to review growing titers.
  3. Were you symptomatic, but not tested, in the past two months? If you had symptoms in the past but feel fine now, an antibody test will determine if you have built up immunity.
  4. Do you have any known high-risk chronic conditions? Individuals who have known high-risk chronic conditions such as obesity with BMI over 40, respiratory conditions, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, autoimmune diseases, severe allergies, conditions requiring immunosuppression, chronic kidney disease are at more risk of developing severe outcomes in the case of becoming infected with SARS-CoV-2. It is advisable to have a doctor review the severity of the condition and remain self-isolating to avoid the risk of contracting an infection