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COVID 19 Swab Testing Designed for Your Workforce

Feb 18, 2021 | COVID-19 Information

The past year has been an incredibly unsettling time for employers (and employees) in the food industry, and COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc among workforces. While it’s great news that vaccines are being rolled out to those most in need, there are still many in the food sector who are at risk of coronavirus.

To help combat this, we’ve launched a new service specifically designed for workforce testing. Using a PCR-based test on combined throat and nose swabs, it provides the most reliable means of testing currently available.

A relatively quick turnaround and potential for regular testing means that – in the unfortunate event of a positive result – you can quickly take control, mitigate the risk and self-isolate those individuals who may later produce symptoms – therefore helping you prevent a scenario that may get out of control.

We’ve priced it at a very competitive £75 per test (including postage) and this includes a turnaround time of 24-36 hours.

Interested? Please use the button below to email Martin D’Agostino for more information or to book a test with us.

Need more help with preventing COVID-19? If you wish to implement a complete testing solution, we can also offer environmental swabbing for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 on frequently touched surfaces to maximise your risk mitigation.

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