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We’ll keep you informed of the latest developments with COVID-19 (coronavirus) here.
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Since the beginning of COVID-19, we’ve been tracking the most accurate and up-to-date information.

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We are here for you by video when you can’t come into our clinics.

What is COVID-19?

COVID-19 is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The virus, which can cause mild to severe respiratory illness, was first identified in Wuhan, China, and has spread globally. There is limited information available about illness associated with COVID-19. It likely spreads to others when a person shows signs or symptoms of being sick (e.g., fever, coughing, difficulty breathing, etc.). However, it is also believed that people can be contagious but show no symptoms of the disease.

Exer offers two different types of COVID-19 tests. You need a referral from VirtualCare by Exer or from any Exer clinic.

Nasal Swab Test

ABOUT

The Nasal swab test shows if you are actively infected with the COVID-19 virus.

METHODOLOGY

The test is self-administered by the patient in their car with the assistance of an Exer provider.

WHEN TO TAKE THE TEST

When you develop symptoms of COVID-19 or require the test for other scenarios such as returning to work or to travel. 

TESTING LOCATIONS

All Locations

RESULTS

Results usually come back within the next day.

IgG Antibody Test

ABOUT

The IgG antibody test detects the presence of antibodies in the blood. If antibodies are present, this shows that the person has been exposed to the virus and developed antibodies against it, which may mean that person has at least some immunity to the coronavirus.

METHODOLOGY

We will draw a sample of your blood.

WHEN TO TAKE THE TEST

For the best test results, patients should be a minimum of 14 days free of symptoms or have not had any COVID-19 symptoms at all.

TESTING LOCATIONS

All Locations

RESULTS

Results usually come back within the next day.

To learn more about these tests, please see the fact sheets below

Roche COVID PCR Test

Abbott COVID Antibody Test

Sofia COVID Antigen Test

Resources

Please check out our blog posts here to track our chronological communication about COVID-19 starting on March 12, 2020.

For more information, please visit these sites:

opens in a new windowCenters for Disease Control and Prevention

opens in a new windowCalifornia Dept. of Public Health

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VirtualCare by Exer

To help with your COVID-19 testing needs our telehealth feature, VirtualCare by Exer, allows you to be screened from home, work, or anywhere in Southern California. No appointment is needed.

Watch a quick video opens in a new windowhere that shows you how VirtualCare by Exer works.

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