Posts Tagged: coronavirus

We keep hearing about the importance of testing, especially as we start to tracvel again, but can we rely on Coronavirus test results? As with all testing, nothing can determine 100% accuracy. Here we discuss why that is and how accurate Coronavirus testing is. Are Coronavirus Tests Accurate? There are varying reported levels of accuracy…

In March 2020, the World Health Organisation (WHO) called for countries to test every case. In the UK, this was restricted to selected treatment areas and has since been expanded to cover wider areas of population. The importance of obtaining an antibody test is to assist in the determination of the local levels of previous…

Antibodies are our bodies’ response to potentially dangerous infection; a specific set of rules the body develops to fight off a particular infection. The presence of antibodies indicates a previous infection as it shows that the body has been exposed in order to learn how to fight off the infection. How does a real time…

COVID-19 antibody testing is rapidly becoming an important part of the global effort to reduce the risk from coronavirus and is recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as an integral part of countries’ COVID-19 strategy. When will Covid-19 antibody tests become available? In the UK, antibody testing can now be completed with Nomad in…

The first cases of coronavirus COVID-19 were reported in China in December 2019. Since then, over 187 countries and territories throughout the world have reported positive cases. As the coronavirus pandemic continues throughout the world there are many questions being raised, some of the most popular of which are related to the transmission of the…

Since the first reports of Coronavirus in late 2019, the virus has spread to numerous countries around the world. With much uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 virus, people all over the world have worries and questions, such as does the coronavirus affect animals like cats and dogs? In this blog, we will answer this common question…