We are "TGA Approved Rapid Antigen Testing Kit" wholesale supplier in sydney, melbourne and australia wide.
What is Rapid Antigen Testing Kit
A rapid antigen test is a COVID-19 test you can do at home, on yourself, that will tell you whether or not you have the virus.
It's done the same way as the PCR test at a clinic — yes, you still have to stick the swab up your nose.
But instead of waiting a day or more in isolation, the results come back within 20 to 30 minutes depending on the test.
To get the result, you just add the nasal swab to a chemical solution and put that solution onto a reactive strip of paper or device, similar to a pregnancy test. The paper or device will then show you whether the test was done properly and if you have COVID-19.
Our Rapid test kit offers 96% Sensitivity + 99.9% Specificity . Covid-19 Corona Virus Rapid Antigen Testing Kit helps to identify the issues and symbols before it becomes too late, Rapid Antigen Test Kit helps places and businesses to reopen quickly through self frequency test and fast result performance.
Who should uses the Rapid Antigen Testing Kit
Rapid Antigent Test Kit is an important part of the Covid Safety Plan. Covid-19 Rapid Antigent Test kits are currently widerly used in schools, airports, aged care facilities, consturction sites, courier depots, food processing facilities and business places where covid-19 fast test result is required.
To support the safe use of rapid antigen self-tests, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has announced it will make a new regulation to allow companies to legally supply their self-tests for use at home in Australia from 1 November 2021.
Who can perform a rapid antigen test
Under current arrangements, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) conditions of supply require rapid antigen tests to be used under the supervision of a health practitioner who has been trained in the correct use of the device and interpretation of results.
Suitably trained staff can perform the test if they are supervised by a health practitioner, either in person or via video.
More information about who can supervise rapid antigen testing can be found under the frequently asked questions on the TGA website. Please review this information to ensure compliance with the TGA requirements.
From 1 November 2021, to support the safe use of rapid antigen self-tests, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has announced it will make a new regulation to allow companies to legally supply their self-tests for use at home in Australia. The TGA continues to work with suppliers and manufacturers of self-tests to ensure:
- instructions for use are written in a way that all consumers can understand
- usability testing has been successful
- self-tests perform satisfactorily against variants such as Delta.
How often should rapid antigen testing occur
For onsite testing at worksites, testing every 72 hours (2-3 times per week) is recommended as a minimum for full time employees.
Daily testing is the gold standard, as this will help to identify positive cases early and avoid transmission on site. However, daily testing may not be practical for workplaces. This will be a matter for each business to determine based on their risk assessment and COVID-safe work plans in place.
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