DoctoriDuniya has taken a step ahead for for patients in COVID-19 pandemic time.

DoctoriDuniya has taken a step ahead for for patients in COVID-19 pandemic time.

DoctoriDuniya is providing the facility of Book Covid-19 test online free of cost.

The tests can only be performed if they have been prescribed by a qualified doctor for the COVID-19 test, which is a swab-based test. We offer safe and hygienic sampling at home by trained technicians.

Book COVID-19 Test Online. (No Booking Fee)

Labs are approved by ICMR for COVID- 19 test. The only fee decided by the government will be charged for the COVID-19 test by labs. Online Booking service is completely free from DoctoriDuniya.

The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way of living, working, and travelling for the almost world. As we know in current scenario all countries are working hard to research for covid-19 vaccination, and somewhere some countries got some success too. But there is no meaning that we are safe from covid-19. After complete lockdown when we got open up slowly and phase wise we found that covid-19 spreading is fast and it's keep increasing. So, it's necessary that we should follow necessary precautions and rules announced by government like - keep maintain social distancing, repetitive hand-washing, regular sanitization, regular temperature monitoring, and wearing of the mask have to be followed.

Symptoms

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Breathlessness
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Fever
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Phlegm
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Cough
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Chest-pain
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Trouble breathing

Preventive measures

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Wash your hands with soap regularly for 20 seconds
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Cover your mouth and nose with a mask
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Dont touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with unclean hands
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Maintain social distancing
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Stay home if you feel unwell.
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Wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Coronavirus Test FAQ

1. Who should get tested for 2019 – Novel Coronavirus.

Direct and high-risk contact include those who live in the same household with a confirmed case and healthcare workers who have examined a confirmed case without adequate protection as per WHO recommendations.


2. What are the documents required for COVID–19 testing?

3. If I have symptoms and my doctor prescribes the COVID–19 test, should I also get my family tested?

Asymptomatic direct and high-risk contacts of a confirmed case should be tested once between day 5 and day 14 of coming in his/her contact. Direct and high-risk contacts include those who live in the same household with a confirmed case and healthcare workers who have examined a confirmed case without adequate protection as per WHO recommendations. To get tested, your family members need to be referred by the doctor and must have a valid prescription with them.


4. How can I book the COVID–19 test?

To book the COVID–19 test, you can visit our website www.doctoriduniya.com. Our health experts will immediately contact you.


5. What is the current recommended method for testing and what kind of samples can be tested?

The recommended method for testing the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is Nasal and Throat swab.


6. What tests are used to diagnose COVID-19?

7. What does an “inconclusive” result mean?

The UW SARS-CoV-2 Real-time RT-PCR assay targets two distinct gene regions. When one of the two targets, but not both, is present above the threshold for positivity, the test is reported as “inconclusive”. This is usually seen with low amounts of viral DNA. In practice, “inconclusive” results should be treated as presumptive positive COVID cases.


8. Is confirmatory testing required for inconclusive results?

No, it no longer required with inconclusive results for confirmatory testing.


9. Can someone test negative and later test positive on a viral test for COVID-19?

Yes, it is possible. You may test negative if the sample was collected early in your infection and test positive later during this illness. You could also be exposed to COVID-19 after the test and get infected then. Even if you test negative, you still should take steps to protect yourself and others.


10. What is anti-body test?

A positive Anti-body test result shows you might have antibodies from an infection with the virus that causes COVID-19. Having antibodies to the virus that causes COVID-19 might provide protection from getting infected with the virus again. If it does, we do not know how much protection the antibodies might provide or how long this protection might last.


11. What are the guidelines to share the test reports with the Government?

To comply with the Government norms and help them in maintaining COVID-19 patient data, we share all the patient reports with the defined government bodies through an online portal created by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).


12. By when can I get my report?

We will share the report with you as soon as possible. This will also be subject to the Rules and Regulations as stated by the Government.


13. How do I interpret my report?

You are advised to visit your referring doctor with the report for the final interpretation.

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