What do I do if I receive a negative result?
Per the CDC, "A negative test result means that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, was not found in your specimen. If you took the test while you had symptoms and followed all instructions carefully, a negative result means your current illness is probably not COVID-19."
If you are experiencing symptoms and/or are concerned, we strongly recommend continuing to exercise caution and to follow the best practices listed on the CDC website.
Read more on the CDC's guidance here.