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PCR testing to reduce the risk of Coronavirus

4 August 2020 | News

Jobfit Health Group conducts accredited Coronavirus Polymerase Chain Reaction testing (PCR testing) for Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the workplace.

As businesses face the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 crisis, employers should consider how to reduce the risk of a Coronavirus outbreak in the workplace.

Our comprehensive PCR testing follows national government guidelines. We work closely with local and national public health authorities, together with accredited laboratories to ensure protocols meet the highest possible standards.

The PCR test measures the amount of the Coronavirus’s genetic material in the sample which is usually a nasal and throat swab. Importantly, the test can detect whether the worker has the Coronavirus at the time of sample collection.

A fast and clear determination is provided for a worker infected with Coronavirus. What’s more, Jobfit will notify the employer together with public health authorities as required by law. Our team will advise the worker to contact their general practitioner.

PCR testing can help workplaces in the fight against COVID-19. Furthermore, other services include onsite symptom and temperature screening, and flu vaccinations. In addition, we can help with telehealth, pandemic procedure planning, and senior doctor advisory service.

Jobfit remains committed to delivering occupational health solutions tailored to meet the specific needs of organisations. We have provided Coronavirus services to large national and international clients with thousands of workers. For instance, some of the industries our team has provided onsite services include shipping, transport, rail, and media to name a few.

If you are interested in PCR testing or other Coronavirus services for your workplace, please contact us.

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