NJ Primary Care, a primary care medicine practice with offices located across Jersey City, NJ. announces that demand for their Coronavirus testing services is growing at an exponential rate.
— NJ Primary Care, a primary care medicine practice with offices located across Jersey City, NJ. announces that demand for their Coronavirus testing services is growing at an exponential rate. The world has been on a virtual standstill for almost a year, with government restrictions in place to try and prevent the spread of the highly infectious virus. Although all industries have been impacted, the travel industry, in particular, has been badly affected. With the hope that the epidemic is slowly coming to an end, people are beginning to think about business travel and vacations once more.
Although the restrictions are easing, there are still certain conditions that passengers must fulfill to be allowed to travel. Perhaps the most important of those is that you must have a negative COVID-19 test to be allowed on the plane.
NJ Primary Care is a registered provider of COVID-19 tests. There are two different types of COVID-19 diagnostic tests, both of which are available from NJ Primary Care. PCR tests (also known as molecular tests) which detect genetic material from the virus which causes COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2. PCR tests amplify genetic materials to detect small quantities of virus-inactive infections. Antigen tests detect specific proteins made by the virus.
NJ Primary Care offers Reverse Transcriptase-Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) testing, which is considered the “gold standard” in SARS-CoV-2 detection. RT-PCR is a laboratory-based technique used for detecting and comparing the levels of ribonucleic acid (RNA) and the surface proteins in a sample, particularly samples with limited quantities of RNA.
Polymerous chain reaction, or PCR, is a molecular technology that amplifies COVID-19’s ribonucleic acid (RNA), which are the building blocks of the virus. A PCR test detects RNA (or genetic material) that is specific to the virus and can detect the virus within days of infection, even those who have no symptoms. Rapid antigen and rapid PCR tests will give a result within 15 minutes, while normal PCR tests take 48 hours for the results since they are sent out to a laboratory. Rapid PCR tests are ideal for people who are looking for a COVID test in order to take an international flight.
“Our patients are showing significant interest in COVID testing because they are desperate to get back to some form of normality,” said Dr. Deval Gadhvi of NJ Primary Care. “Demand for the tests are growing every week as people are beginning to understand the importance of a negative test. The test procedure is straightforward, and our friendly and kind staff are ensuring that our patients are put at ease during the procedure. This, in turn, has led to recommendations to friends and family members. NJ Primary Care is proud to be playing a key role in providing Coronavirus tests for the local community. We are continuing to increase our capacity to cope with the rising demand. If you are interested in having a COVID-19 test, our advice would be to book one as soon as possible.”
NJ Primary Care is a primary care medicine practice with primary care providers located in Jersey City, NJ. Their mission is to promote the health of their patients by providing high-quality, comprehensive, compassionate, and personalized health care. They strive to consistently meet the changing health care needs and expectations of the patients they serve. In an effort to continuously improve patient care, they strive for a more patient-centered approach. For more information about the NJ Primary Care and to inquire about booking a COVID-19 test, visit their website at www.njprimary.com
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