Coronaviruses can be transmitted from person to person through respiratory droplets.  That is, the “spray” after a cough or sneeze.  This viral material is in these droplets and can be breathed into the windpipe and lungs, where the virus can then lead to an infection.

You are at risk for contracting SARS-CoV-2 if you come in contact with someone who is carrying it, especially if you’ve been exposed to their saliva or been near them when they’ve coughed or sneezed.

Older people and people with certain health conditions have a higher risk for severe complications if they contract the virus.  These health conditions include:

  • Lung conditions, such as COPD and asthma
  • Certain heart conditions
  • Immune system conditions such as HIV
  • Cancer that requires treatment
  • Severe Obesity
  • Other health conditions, if not well-managed, such as diabetes, kidney disease or liver disease

Pregnant women have a higher risk of complications from other viral infections, but its not yet known if this is the case for COVID-19.  The CDC states that pregnant women seem to have the same risk of contracting the virus as adults who are not pregnant.

Cost : $149

A detailed receipt will be provided for Insurance Reimbursement

Process : Our facility collects the blood sample and a courier delivers to a local Lab daily. Results are expected to take 3-5 days. These Results are received in our office and then forwarded via email to the patient. Results are reported directly to the CDC and Dane County Public Health by the Lab.

NOTE:  A “positive” antibody result will simply show that you have been exposed to the virus.

You should follow up with your primary doctor with a positive blood test result for COVID-19 antibodies.

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This whole blood serum sample will be sent to a Lab to specifically test for COVID-19 antibodies only. If you are currently experiencing these symptoms, please contact your medical provider, as we are not a medical clinic.

TIME FRAME: December 15, 2019 through May 1st, 2020

During this time frame, did you experience any of the following symptoms. 

Are you currently experiencing any of the above symptoms? If YES, you are not eligible for testing at this time. You MUST be symptom free for a minimum of 14 days before testing can be done. 


Note: This testing is NOT for a potentially active illness of COVID-19.


*The full list of symptoms is still being investigated by the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)