With the CRL RAPID RESPONSE™ test for COVID-19, Global HR Research can help make your return to the workplace safer for everyone. This saliva-based test is easy to complete and results are ready fast–so you can mitigate risk with less downtime.

Convenient testing on your terms.

These DIY testing kits are quick and easy for employees to complete anywhere. The test is self-administered, so there’s no lab to visit or appointments to schedule. Having DIY testing kits on hand can help your company be prepared.

Here’s how it works:

  • Request a DIY test kit from a GHRR rep. We overnight the kit directly to the designated location, so your employees can get tested wherever they are. The kit includes everything needed to collect the sample, as well as return shipping materials.*
  • Kits will be overnighted, you collect the sample. Individuals can collect their own samples in a few easy steps. Just register the kit online, follow the simple instructions, and mail their sample in for processing.
  • Get results fast. Once the sample is received at the lab, results are typically delivered by phone in 24–48 hours.

* Return shipping costs are not included

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Frequently Asked Questions

CRL RAPID RESPONSE™ is a saliva-based molecular test, authorized by the FDA under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), that can be self-collected and shipped to our lab when it’s determined to be appropriate by a healthcare provider. The test can confirm if the virus is detected in the testee’s saliva.

  • Collected samples are mailed to the lab for processing. Results are usually provided within 24 to 48 hours of receipt.
  • Laboratories have been encouraged to develop and deploy screening tests, provided they file an application with the FDA for an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) along with validation studies to support the efficacy and accuracy of their tests.

Warning: Not all coronavirus test kits have been reviewed by the FDA, and results from testing should not be used as the sole basis to diagnose or exclude SARS-CoV-2 infection or to inform infection status.

As long as there is a demand for them

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Collected samples are mailed to the lab for processing. Results are usually provided within 24 to 48 hours of receipt.

It’s a saliva-based molecular test to determine the presence of the virus.

When the test taker registers their test kit, they will have the option to get results online or through their mobile phone.

Molecular results to determine active viruses are reported detected (positive) or non-detected (negative). Saliva-based molecular testing provides evidence of an active, or recent, infection. The Rapid Response test does not provide a quantitative level of the virus or indicate the severity of the infection.

Samples must be received by the lab within six months of the date a kit was purchased.

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