Test Procedure
Please wash your hands with soap or disinfect your hands before and after performing the test.

1. Please read the instructions carefully before using the test.

2. Bring all components and samples to room temperature. Then open the foil bag and remove the test cassette and place it on the flat and clean work surface, away from direct sunlight. The test should be used within one hour after it is removed from the foil bag.

3. Nasal swabs are collected as illustrated bellow: Attention! Do not touch and dirt the sampling area of the swab. Insert the test swab approximately 2.5 cm into the nostril. Rotate the test swab five times on the inner surface of your nostril to collect mucus and cells. Repeat this procedure in the other nostril.

1. Remove the cover of the sample tube.
2. Place the test swab in the sample tube and rotate it at least 10 times.
3. Press the inserted tip firmly into the sample tube (with the sample). Break the test swab at the marked point without removing it.
4. Close the cap. Stir well by turning the tube or gently shaking it downwards.
5. Remove the small drip cap.
Applying the sample:

Keep the tip of the sample tube straight. Add 3 drops of sample solution by pressing the tube thoroughly into the test tray and wait for the result.

Read the result 15 minutes after applying the sample. Do not read the result after 20 minutes.

Interpretation of Test Results

Positive: A red line appears in both the control (C) and test line (T) area. Even if the red line is faintly visible at (T), the test must be evaluated as positive, or weakly positive. This indicates the presence of SARS-CoV- 2 antigens at a concentration above the detection limit.

Negative: The red line is visible only in the control (C) area, not in the test line (T) area. This means that the sample does not contain any SARS-CoV-2 antigen or that antigen concentrations are below the detection limit of the test.

Invalid: The test is invalid when the red line is not visible in the control (C) area.