Fully immersed in the Christmas season, all citizens are looking for the cheapest and safest formula that allows us to find our loved ones without endangering them and while respecting the measures imposed by the government. In 2020, the only valid formula is to have a PCR test.
The Spanish company Gamma Health, which specializes in health and protection equipment for the Diggia group, reports on the marketing of different family PCR kits which vary according to the members of a family to be tested.
Based on the saliva analysis, it sells packs that include the kits necessary for the collection of a saliva sample and the subsequent laboratory analysis using the PCR technique.
How much do these family PCR kits cost?
The pack of Gamma health They can be purchased in a family pack of 3, 4, 5 or 6 PCR kits, with prices going up to 49 $ per test if you go for the family pack of 6 kits which is priced at 588 $ and is now on sale at $ 294 (50% off).
If you only need to test 3 people, the family pack of 3 homemade kits has a cost of 198 $ after applying a 32% discount from its usual price.
In all the cases mentioned, after placing the order online on the Web pcrencasa.com, the user receives the diagnostic kit at home without having to travel.
The kit includes a small tube-shaped container, which contains the cotton filter, a biosafety bag, another bag certified for shipping and authorized labeling for sample identification.
The sample is taken at home by a specialized transport company and is sent to the laboratory which will certify the result and communicate it to the user within a maximum of 24 hours on working days.
The company claims that its usefulness in diagnosing asymptomatic patients is more than proven, and more specifically, the Gamma Health test and the Institute for Cellular and Molecular Studies have a percent confidence level of over 95%.
As you know, the Spanish government’s plan imposed a series of restrictions by which it advises not to hold meetings of more than 10 people or to extend night mobility on Christmas Eve and New Years beyond 1:30 am.
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