Very Low Cost 15 Minute COVID-19 Rapid Test Kit for Workplaces or Homes

October 29, 2020

Anytime Covid Test, LLC is working with agencies, businesses, schools, groups and individuals to offer a pre-screening test for COVID-19 antibodies that gives private and confidential results in 15 minutes or less in the privacy of your workplace or home. 

This test helps to determine whether you have been exposed to the virus within the past 4 to 24 days. The rapid test cassette reliably identifies IgG and IgM antibodies specific to SARS-CoV-2 in a sample of blood drawn with a finger prick, without exposing people to this or other viruses with an unnecessary trip to the lab, doctors office or field visit.

​This Rapid Test is an FDA Authorized true at-home test kit with a single panel for IgM/IgG rapid detection of Coronavirus antibodies in 11 to 15 minutes.

When you are ready to take the test you will interface directly with an online virtual clinic. In the event you test positive, a doctor will consult with you at no additional charge.

Anytime Covid Test kit with 1 full month of Telemedicine is normally $49.50 … but is now only $15 each for a limited time (sold in 3-pack sets.)

Kits can be purchased in 3-pack sets so agencies, schools and business owners have them available for staff, students, customers or clients, and families have them on-hand for peace of mind. (If you have questions or prefer to use Purchase Order or have other procurement needs, please email janet@fedhealth.net or call 520.907.2153 for more information.)

The below short video briefly explains this rapid test…

Learn how to order rapid kits for your workplace or home … and again, each test kit includes 1 month of full Telemedicine services at no additional charge and there is no further obligation.

And, if you (or others) are interested in on-going telemedicine services, the U.S. First Responders Association and Health Alliance Network have teamed up to offer a full service telemedicine plan to First Responder, Military and Veteran families for only $14.99 / month … and to Civilian families for $19.99 / month, and proceeds benefit USFRA.

Learn more at www.healthalliancenetwork.com/usfraorg


Fire Prevention Week October 5 – 11, 2014

October 5, 2014

The National Fire Prevention Agency’s Fire Prevention Week runs from October 5 – 11, 2014 and this year’s official theme is “Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!”

Did you know that many people don’t test their smoke alarms as often as they should? When there is a fire, smoke spreads fast. You need working smoke alarms to give you time to get out so test your alarms every month.

For example, did you know…

  • Almost three of five (60%) of reported home fire deaths in 2007 to 2011 resulted from fires in homes with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms.
  • Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in reported home fires in half.
  • In fires considered large enough to activate the smoke alarm, hardwired alarms operated 93% of the time, while battery powered alarms operated only 79% of the time.
  • When smoke alarms fail to operate, it is usually because batteries are missing, disconnected, or dead.
  • An ionization smoke alarm is generally more responsive to flaming fires and a photoelectric smoke alarm is generally more responsive to smoldering fires. For the best protection, or where extra time is needed, to awaken or assist others, both types of alarms, or combination ionization and photoelectric alarms are recommended.

It is best to install both smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors in your home, apartment and/or RV. And remember to test alarms at least once a month, replace batteries once a year, and get new units every 10 years.

And, if you haven’t already, take some time to make an Escape Plan that includes two escape routes from every room in the house. Draw a floor plan of your home showing doors, windows and stairways. Mark locations of first aid and disaster kits, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, ladders, and utility shut-off points. Next, use a colored pen to draw a broken line or arrow charting at least 2 escape routes from each room … and walk through the routes with your entire family.

Also…

  • Make sure your windows are not nailed or painted shut.
  • Make sure security bars on windows have a fire safety opening feature so they can be easily opened from the inside…and teach everyone how to open them!
  • Teach everyone how to stay LOW to floor (air is safer).
  • Pick a spot to meet after escaping fire (meeting place).
  • Practice, practice, practice! Set aside time each month or several times a year and do fire drills with your family.

Fire Prevention Week is the perfect time to reach out and share resources that empower people to have a hand in preventing home fires and protecting their families.

Learn more at www.fpw.org and please share the link and this post with others. And for the little ones, visit Sparky the Fire Dog® site at www.sparky.org to find free apps, games, videos and more.

Stay safe, j & B

 

 

 


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