COVID-19 can interrupt your work, lifestyle, and home life. lateral flow tests wirral


If you have any of the COVID symptoms (such as a new or continuous cough, high temperature, or sore throat), or if you have been near someone who has COVID, then you need to get tested as soon as possible to make sure you are not carrying the virus. Getting fast results is essential to you and those closest to you.
Getting a covid test can be difficult, and you can wait days for results, and testing sites are often difficult to get to or inconvenient or unavailable. The best way to ensure quick and accurate results is to go through a private healthcare provider.
At Ghosh Medical, we are proud to be able to offer lateral flow tests on the Wirral in both our clinics or in the comfort of your own home. We are a fully accredited medical team specializing in medical examinations and screenings. Our tests are completed by trained medical staff to ensure the highest quality of care and accurate results every time.

Our lateral flow covid tests allow you to find your results within 30 minutes to return to your day without worrying about your health or putting those around you in danger.
Lateral Flow Test Procedure
You can book your test with us easily online and choose an appointment time that suits you.
During your appointment, one of our staff will use a long swab to take a sample from the back of your throat and nose. This sample is put into a unique solution, and once they have correctly bonded, the key is set on a test strip to detect the virus.
The lateral flow test detects the COVID-19 virus when it is at its peak in your system but is effective in detecting the virus in both symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals. The test has an accuracy level of 99.68% and can provide you with the peace of mind you need regarding your health.

Results from the test are available in just 30 minutes.
Group and Individual Tests
Whether you are testing for yourself or are responsible for a team of people, we have a testing solution to suit your needs.
Workplace health and safety officers can arrange for their teams to receive regular testing through Ghosh Medical to save time and relieve the burden of worrying about covid in the workplace. If necessary, we can come to your workplace to carry out the tests and will follow all the procedures required to ensure testing is carried out safely.
Group testing allows workplaces to start functioning normally again as the fast results from the lateral flow test mean you won’t wait days for results.
If you require testing for a large workforce or team, please contact us so that we can make arrangements for you for the best testing and care. We can also advise on workplace safety and tailored PPE solutions.

As new COVID-19 cases emerge in the WHO European Region, many healthy individuals are requested to stay home in self-quarantine. In some countries, robustness centres and other locations where individuals are generally active will remain temporarily closed. Staying at home for prolonged periods can pose a significant challenge to remaining physically active. Sedentary behaviour and low levels of physical activity can adversely affect individuals’ health, well-being and quality of life. Self-quarantine can also cause added stress and challenge the mental health of citizens. Physical activity and calm
techniques can be dear tools to help you last calm and continue to shield your health through this time.
WHO endorse 150 minutes of moderate-intensity or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical busyness per week or a combination of both. These recommendations can still be achieved at home, with no special equipment and limited space. The succeeding are some tips on how to stay active and reduce sedentary behaviour while at home in self-quarantine.

The COVID-19 pandemic has change every aspect of our work and life. In response to the national and local containment policies, companies, organizations, and institutions encouraged employees to work remotely at home to stay safe. Work from home (WFH) emerged in the early 2000s when telecommuting technologies developed. Workers could use WFH to avoid commuting, provide flexible schedules, and achieve a better work-life balance.1,2 During the COVID-19 pandemic, many workers were advised to WFH full time, which redefined the conventional concept of WFH that was typical only for certain types of work, on an occasional basis, or given unique employee circumstances. Many companies believe that WFH will become more common after the pandemic because employers have already paid the fixed cost to set up remote work systems for their employees.3 Companies are now determining if operational costs could be dramatically decreased by reducing the required office space.

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