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Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ's)

1. Doctor’s signed prescription

2. Valid Govt. photo-id (Aadhaar card/ Voter Id/ Driving license/Passport) to support the current address and contact number of the suspect patient to be provided at the time of sample collection.

3. Form 44 (COVID-19) duly filled by patient/physician These are mandatory requirements defined by Govt. of India without which testing of 2019-novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) is not allowed. You may download form 44 from CLICK HERE

Family member’s testing will be subject to availability of doctor’s prescription duly signed for the specified member, filled form 44 for specified member with Valid Govt. photo-id (Aadhaar card/ Voter Id/ Driving license/Passport) to support the current address and contact number.

You can register yourself by visiting CRL DIAGNOSTICS Website http://crldiagnostics.com or mobile app & book your home collection slot online or else you can call at our customer care no. 011-42 78 78 78. We will reconfirm the sample pickup after validating your Form44 and prescription.

As of now, RTPCR is the recommended method. The Nasopharyngeal and Oropharyngeal swab will be collected by taking due precaution.

No, you will be required to book the test online via CRL website http://crldiagnostics.com or mobile app else you can call at our customer care no. 011-42 78 78 78. The sample will be collected from your home (Home collection service) by an expert collection agent only.

The sample will be collected in a viral transport medium (VTM) to maintain the stability of the sample. This will further get transported in a cold chain.

We will share all patient’s report with defined Govt. bodies as per the guidelines of Govt of India/ICMR.

We will endeavor to upload the report on our website http://crldiagnostics.com and mobile app within 48 hours of sample reaching the lab, subject to govt rules and regulations.

You can access your report from our website http://crldiagnostics.com or mobile app.

You are advised to visit your referring doctor with the report for the final interpretation.