Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

Corona Virus Tests – Are you interested?


Corona Virus Tests - Are you interested?

Corona Virus Tests

Several clients have asked  us (Innovative Testing Solutions), if we could offer Point of Care (instant) Corona Virus Tests / COVID19 tests.

We have available an “instant” Point of Care rapid test for both the IgM and IgG antibodies. It is for professional use only – i.e. we cannot sell it directly to members of the public.  You must have the right training, medical support and processes in place. This could be via Occupational Health if you don’t have OH in place, we may have a solution for you.

We are uncomfortable with the idea of profiteering from the global pandemic, so will be offering the tests at a very low margin to cover our overheads only. Our intention is that testing will help companies and organisations to keep moving and remain in business.

Tests will be limited and will therefore, be sold on a first come-first served basis.

Please note: Payment must be maid in full to secure your order.

To register interest – please email covid19@itstestkits.com and the team will respond ASAP.

Stay safe. Be kind.


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