1. ATTENTION Tests are performed only with the components and buffer solutions that come with the test kit. Treat the sample as described here. Improper or mishandled sample material can lead to erroneous results. Stay away from children's test kits to reduce the risk of children accidentally drinking shock absorbers or swallowing small parts. Test kits that have expired or are open are no longer used. The test kit will not be available half an hour after opening the package.
Step 1: Allow all components of the test kit to come to room temperature (15-30℃maximum) 30 minutes before starting the test.
Step 2: Wash your hands well.
Step 3: Have a watch ready or use a timer.
Step 4: Unscrew the blue cap from the collection tube.
Step 5: Unpack the test cassette and use it immediately.
Step 6: Unpack the swab.
Step 1: Insert the swab about 2-2.5 cm deep into one nostril. The absorbent tip must be completely immersed in the nasal shell. Swipe the swab along the inner wall of the nose in circular motions for about 15 seconds. Repeat with the same swab in the other nostril.
Step 2: Immerse swabs in Buffer Extraction Tubes and swirl 10 times. Let it act for a short time.
Step 3: Then squeeze the swab using the extraction tube. Collect the liquid in the tube.
Step 4: Close the extraction tube with the cap and unscrew the cap from the dropper. Immerse swabs in Buffer Extraction Tubes and swirl 10 times. Let it act for a short time.
Step 5: Turn the tube over and add 2 to a maximum of 3 drops into the round hole (S) of the test box.
Do not move the test cassette and read the result in the result window after 15 minutes. C = control line T = test line
They can be contagious. Isolate yourself and contact your GP or call the Corona hotline: Austria 1450 Germany 116 117
They are not very contagious, just follow hygiene measures.
Repeat the test with a new test kit.
Step 1: After testing, store all components in a sealable plastic bag and place in the dispose of household or residual waste.