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COVID-19 Testing Specialist

Little Village Immediate Care

Covid 19 Testing

Little Village Immediate Care offers both viral and antibody COVID-19 testing. The viral test checks for an active virus in your body. It confirms if your symptoms are due to coronavirus. Antibody testing, sometimes called serology, can show if you had coronavirus in the past. 

 

Little Village Immediate Care offers both viral and antibody COVID-19 testing. The viral test checks for an active virus in your body. It confirms if your symptoms are due to coronavirus. Antibody testing, sometimes called serology, can show if you had coronavirus in the past. 

 

If you think you’ve been exposed to coronavirus and have symptoms including fever, coughing, fatigue, and body aches, call Little Village  Immediate Care for customized advice about testing. 

They might recommend that you have a viral test, even if you don’t have symptoms, as you can spread the illness even if you’re asymptomatic.

However, it’s important to note that COVID-19 has an average incubation period of 5-7 days, although it can take up to 14 days. It’s possible to get a false negative if you have the viral test too early. 

You should have antibody testing after you’ve recovered from coronavirus. Your body needs up to three weeks to produce antibodies from the time you develop symptoms. 

A positive antibody test means that you had the virus. Medical researchers haven’t confirmed if having antibodies protects you against getting coronavirus again.

Call Little Village Immediate Care for personalized advice about COVID-19 testing and treatment. You can make an appointment by calling the office or booking online.

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