Lucira (check It) Home Covid Test Kit

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Lucira Check It provides PCR quality molecular accuracy in 30 minutes or less. Meet the new COVID-19 test you can trust for whenever you need it.

Key Features

  • First and only HEALTH CANADA and FDA EUA authorized single-use molecular home test
  • 98% accurate compared to one of the best known high sensitivity lab PCR tests
  • Results in as fast as 11 minutes for a positive result and 30 minutes for a negative result
  • Authorized for self-collection for individuals aged 14+ and adult collection for children aged 2-13
  • 100% of people 14 and older were able to run our test2

Able to detect the emerging spike of the B.1.1.7 (UK), B.1.351 (South Africa), P.1 (Japan/Brazil), B.1.427 and B.1.429 (US/California), and spike double mutant L452R, E484Q (India and US/California) SARS-CoV-2 variants. Lucira Health performs routine surveillance of emerging SARS-CoV-2 strains and will continue to monitor the situation with emerging variants.

 

Guidelines Set By Ontario Ministry of Health for Covid Testing

 

The covid virus can be spread by individuals not experiencing any symptoms (asymptomatic), and also the virus can be spread by persons that have been fully vaccinated.  Antigen covid testing is considered to be an effective tool to stop the spread of covid from persons without symptoms and persons fully vaccinated, along with following guidelines for .  Antigen covid testing is being conducted only in addition to, not as a replacement for, diagnostic PCR testing of individuals within the outbreak setting, as outlined in the provincial testing guidance. 

 

  • Specimen collection for POCT antigen tests are considered appropriate to be done by health professionals, trained individuals, and supervised self-swabbing, in accordance with the manufacturer’s label.

https://youtu.be/RXIEz1YZFDQ

https://www.ontariohealth.ca/sites/ontariohealth/files/2021-03/How_to_Nasal_Swab_2-pager.pdf

 

  • Specimen collection for the molecular antigen self-test may be done by supervised self-swabbing or self-administered. 

https://youtu.be/RXIEz1YZFDQ

https://www.ontariohealth.ca/sites/ontariohealth/files/2021-03/How_to_Nasal_Swab_2-pager.pdf

 

  • For individuals in high prevalence areas (Yellow/Orange/Red/Grey) antigen POCT should be performed 2-3 times per week. 

 

  • For low prevalence areas (Green), antigen POCT should be performed 1-2 times per week.

 

 

Training Module: Collecting Specimens for COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test

  • Individuals who receive a negative result from antigen POCT should be reminded to continue to practice strict infection prevention and control measures (e.g. masking, hand hygiene, physical distancing).  Negative results may lead to parties undertaking inappropriately lax prevention methods, resulting in increased potential for COVID-19 transmission.

 

  • Any individual self-administering or supervising self-swabbing must consult the self-swabbing training resource developed by Ontario Health in collaboration with Public Health Ontario and ensure they have the appropriate knowledge, skills, and judgment to provide appropriate self-swabbing oversight, including how to operate the device, PPE requirements, and how to safely dispose of waste.

 

Training Module: Collecting Specimens for COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test

https://youtu.be/RXIEz1YZFDQ

https://youtu.be/XkcK5pbCAd4

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