Corona rapid test

With rapid tests, the time between the test and the result is a lot shorter. There are different types of tests, all of which work differently:

Antigen rapid tests

These react to certain proteins (antigens) of the coronavirus. Some of these tests have been validated by the RIVM for people with symptoms.

Test Clinic offers the following rapid test:

Antigen Rapid Test

Results within 30 minutes

€ 39,95

The Antigen Rapid Test includes:

  • Rapid result: result after 30 minutes
  • Nasal swab
  • Detects coronavirus in people who are, at that moment, most contagious
  • RIVM and VWS validated test: Abbott Panbio
  • Including Travel Certificate

Information about the Abbott Panbio test

Test Clinic wants to be transparent about the tests we use. For the rapid test, we use the: PANBIO™ COVID-19 Ag RAPID TEST DEVICE
This is an accessible, portable and scalable option for COVID-19 testing. The test has been validated by the RIVM and VWS.
Suitable for patients with suspected COVID-19 infection. The test requires no instruments and provides results within 15 minutes, making it a valuable tool for large-scale testing in decentralized testing facilities.

You should note that the result is based on a snapshot and that a negative result is short-lived (max. 24-48 hours).
Click here to see how RIVM describes the various tests.
Receiving a negative antigen test result means that there were no detectable virus particles with the rapid test at the time of collection. Note that a quick test is only validated to know if you have COVID-19 if you: have corona-related complaints and want to know if you are infected with the virus or if you want to be tested without complaints on or after day 5 of the quarantine. If the result is positive, we recommend that you perform an additional PCR test. The rapid test is not validated if you have no complaints and therefore does not always give a reliable result, you DO need to go into quarantine immediately according to the guidelines of the RIVM, at least until you have a PCR test result. In case of a positive result, we are obliged to report your result to the GGD in the region where you live. For more information, consult your GGD, for example the GGD-Amsterdam. Click here for more information about rapid tests.