Our COVID response

Early Detection of Life-Threatening Infections
Bringing together an unmatched team of medical experts, trusted partners and technology to deliver smart, fast and flexible testing solutions supported by reliable, cost-effective screening products.

An Integrated Approach

Serving companies, schools, clinics, pharmacies, camps, and other customers with actionable insights in uncertain times, helping you manage risk and instill confidence, comfort and trust. 

Customer Service Sets Us Apart

We partner with you to help you reopen, and stay open, safely and confidently; slow the spread of illness and keep people safe; and lessen the impact on your organization, avoiding costly disruption and downtime.

Smart, Seamless Software Solutions

Our technology solutions add real value. We automate the testing process for you and your people, while helping you manage access to your events and workplaces — all from the palm of your hand.

Commitment to Quality

While all of the products we use exceed FDA guidelines, quality is a core aspect of everything we do, from selecting suppliers that adhere to the highest manufacturing standards to partnering with certified CLIA laboratories that have passed rigorous CAP accreditation laboratory guidelines.

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The Role of
Diagnostic Testing

A diagnostic test can show if you have an active coronavirus infection and should take steps to quarantine or isolate yourself from others. Currently, there are two types of diagnostic tests which detect the virus: molecular tests (such as RT-PCR tests) that detect the virus’s genetic material, and antigen tests that detect specific proteins on the surface of the virus.

The Role of
Antibody Testing

An antibody test looks for antibodies that are made by your immune system in response to a threat, such as a specific virus. Antibodies can help fight infections. Antibodies can take several days or weeks to develop after you have an infection and may stay in your blood for several weeks or more after recovery. Because of this, antibody tests should not be used to diagnose an active coronavirus infection. Antibodies do not mean that you are immune to the coronavirus in the future, but they are an important part of tracking the overall spread of the virus and whether you have had it in the past.

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Disclaimer

Novir is providing testing based on tests from various manufacturers. Such tests have either received an emergency use authorization (EUA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or were released for use under FDA guidance, “Policy for Diagnostic Tests for Coronavirus Disease-2019 during the Public Health Emergency – Immediately in Effect Guidance for Clinical Laboratories, Commercial Manufacturers and Food and Drug Administration Staff” that was updated on May 4, 2020. Tests being performed under an EUA have not been FDA cleared or approved and Novir has completed independent validation of these tests.