Statement regarding the detectability of the mutated coronavirus variants using nal von minden GmbH‘s antigen rapid tests

Carrying out the NADAL antigen test


Mutations in the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 have recently been the focus of both the media and scientific community. Virus variants like those from Great Britain (VOC-202012/01, lineage B.1.1.7), South Africa (VOC-202012/02, lineage B.1.351) and Brazil (lineage P.1), which were first seen in December 2020, have been known to spread rapidly.

AKTUALIZACE: Detekovatelnost nové varianty koronaviru

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V poslední době se do pozornosti médií/vědecké komunity dostaly varianty viru SARS-CoV-2. Zejména varianty viru z Velké Británie (VOC 202012/01, linie B.1.1.7) a Jižní Afriky (501.V2, linie B.1.351), které se poprvé objevily v prosinci 2020, se šíří rychleji.

Don’t carry out a coronavirus rapid test outside during winter

Rapid test procedure


The cold can affect the results of a COVID-19 antigen test. For this reason, the medical technology firm nal von minden from Moers, Germany, emphasises that the rapid tests should not be used outside in winter in temperatures under 15 degrees Celsius.

Položky 15 z celkem 19

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