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No Shortage of COVID Testing Options

Although many Southern Californians are eager to get their COVID vaccine and with more and more people cleared to get vaccinated, it still going to be a while before everyone is fully vaccinated – that’s especially true with a shortage of the one-and-done Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

While everyday individuals can’t do anything to change this, continuing to utilize COVID-19 testing and following health directives can keep us safe until it’s our turn to get the vaccine.

COVID Testing Options

COVID testing in Los Angeles couldn’t be easier with so many options available such as drive-through and in-home testing. No matter the type of COVID test you need, whether it’s the PCR, rapid antigen, or antibody test, there’s no reason you can’t get tested to ensure the health and safety of yourself and your family if there is any concern.

If you are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, recently traveled, or were in close contact with someone who tested positive, it’s a good idea to take a COVID test to find out your health status. Even if you have recently had your first vaccination, it’s important to remember you’re not considered to be fully vaccinated until two weeks after the second shot. The earlier you find out if you’ve been infected with the coronavirus, the better it is for you and everyone around you.

Contact Dr. Farzam Today

Board-certified physician Dr. Michael Farzam of House Call Doctor Los Angeles brings 24/7 personalized medical care directly to patients’ homes 365 days a year.

For more information about COVID testing or Dr. Farzam’s services, please call the number on your screen or reach out to House Call Doctor Los Angeles through the contact page.