Accurate and Easy Testing

Our FDA authorized test has received an Emergency Use Authorization for at home and in office or in pharmacy self-administration. No more painful nasal swabs. The at home COVID-19 Saliva test only needs a saliva sample and is highly accurate, with a sensitivity of 98% (meaning 98% of positive tests are correct) and a specificity of 99% (meaning 99% of negative tests are correct). Get started today to get tested for COVID-19.

How it Works

You can order an at home saliva test or register for an in pharmacy test. Follow the steps below to get the testing you need.

Step 1

Each test kit comes with a lab order coupon code inside. When you are ready to take your test, open your test kit to retrieve the lab order coupon code and click to get your lab order above.

Step 2

Complete the health assessment and create an account to get an electronic lab order. You can use your same account to get a lab order for yourself and any dependents who are taking the test.

Step 3

Provide the saliva sample and register your test KIT ID number to link your sample to your electronic order so we can send your results to you.

Step 4

Put your sample in the return shipping box with attached next day air shipping label and take the sample to the nearest UPS store BEFORE the cutoff time for next day air. If next day air service is not available in your location, your kit will ship via 2nd day service. UPS does not ship on Sundays.

Step 5

You will receive a SMS notification when the lab receives your kit and when your results are ready. Results are ready in 24-48 hours if you purchased the kit with video observation and in 24-72 hours if you purchased the kit without video observation.

Step 6

We will also provide you with your own COVID Credentials™ so you can share your lab results with anyone who needs them.

AZOVA test kits are non-returnable/non-refundable.

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Symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19)

Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to very severe. The following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure:

  • Fever
  • Dry Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Chills or repeated shakes with chills
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • Loss of taste or smell

More severe cases

The following symptoms are more common in severe cases of COVID-19:

  • Shortness of breath that leaves you unable to speak full sentences
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • New confusion or inability to arouse
  • Bluish lips or face

Note: If you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms or believe you are in an emergency, call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.

Frequently asked questions

How many test kits can I purchase?

You can purchase as many test kits as you like.

Can I take the test whenever I want?

You can take this test when you need it. Before you take the test, you must complete the health assessment and get a lab order.

What is a PCR test and why is it preferred? Is this a rt-PCR test?

A PCR test is a type of "molecular diagnostic test". It is performed in a high complexity laboratory on special machines that are designed to detect the presence of viral RNA particles. If the particles are detected, the test is considered positive. PCR testing is the gold standard and is the most accurate and is more likely to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 than other tests on the market. A PCR test is most likely to tell you that you have the virus when you do and to tell you that you do not have the virus when you don't. Please note, this test is a real time PCR test, also called rt-PCR.

Why should I consider PCR testing over antigen testing?

PCR testing is much more sensitive than most antigen tests. Antigen tests usually have a sensitivity of approximately 80% whereas our PCR test is 98% sensitive. This means that an antigen test will not detect that you have the virus up to 20% of the time even though you do, whereas a PCR test will not detect it only 2% of the time on average. The PCR test is the most sensitive testing option available today.

How does the test work? What does it measure?

The test determines whether you are currently infected by testing for the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in your saliva. It does this by detecting unique genetic RNA markers that are specific to the virus. This is not an antibody test.

Is this test different from tests available at hospitals and doctor’s offices?

This is the same testing technology that is used in the hospital setting. Most of the tests currently available use a nasopharyngeal swab. This test uses a simple saliva sample to test for COVID-19.

Why do I need to complete a health assessment and get a lab order before I can take this test?

The Emergency Use Authorization for this test requires a health assessment before you can get a lab order. In order to get a lab order you must also answer specific health-related questions that are required for COVID testing.

Are my COVID test results shared with my state?

COVID test results reporting is required in every state. The required information will be shared on your behalf to your state as required by law.

Is my health information safe and protected?

YES! Protecting your personal health information is the NUMBER ONE priority of AZOVA. AZOVA maintains HIPPA, SOC2, and HITRUST data security certifications. These certifications require an ongoing security audit process on all AZOVA systems.

Are these test kits covered by insurance?

COVID testing through AZOVA is a self-pay service. We do not bill insurance. We will provide you with a receipt for your lab order. You can provide this along with your receipt from where you purchased your kit and submit it to your insurance company. This is not a guarantee that your insurance will cover the cost of the test. Whether or not your insurance will cover the cost of the test is up to your insurance provider. You can use most HSA or FSA cards to purchase a COVID test, however reimbursement is up to your employer.

I received my test kit, how do I take the test?

Follow the instructions inside your test kit to first get an electronic lab order and then complete the instructions to take your saliva sample. You must also register your test kit ID number to link your sample and get your lab results.

When should I register my test kit?

Register your test kit AFTER you have requested a lab order and when you are actually taking your test. The date and time that you register your kit will be listed as the collection date on your lab result. This may be important when you are traveling and need a specific testing time to be documented.

How do I collect my saliva sample?

Follow the instructions provided with the kit to collect a saliva sample.

Do I need a test kit with video observation services?

Observation during testing is required for travel to certain locations and for participation on some athletic teams. The video observation service enables verification that the person who is taking the test is actually the person whose sample is sent to the lab. If you are traveling please check the state or country that you are going to and determine what the requirements are for that location.

Is there an expiration date on the test kit?

Yes. Check the “collect saliva by” date listed on the sticker on the saliva collection device to see the expiration date of your device. The test kit has a shelf life of 24 months.

Is there an expedited option? What is the fastest way to get my results?

The reporting time is fastest when you purchase the COVID saliva PCR test kit with video observation. You can choose to use the video observation service or not, but will get your results a little faster.

How quickly will I receive my COVID-19 test results and how do I get them?

Once you send your kit back to the lab (next day shipping is included where available), if you purchased the test kit with video observation services, you can expect your results within 24 to 48 hours from the time the lab receives your kit. If you purchased the test kit without video observation services, you can expect your results within 24 to 72 hours from the time the lab receives your test. You will receive a secure email and/or SMS with a link to view and share your results.

Where can I get tested for COVID-19?

When you purchase an at home COVID saliva PCR test kit, you can take it with you and complete your test from anywhere. Drop off at the nearest UPS store on the SAME day that you provide your sample.

Can you ship to a PO Box?

No. We cannot ship to a PO Box. Please provide a physical address for us to ship your kit to.

Do I need to take my sample to the UPS store on the same day that I provide my saliva sample?

Yes. Be sure to take your test early enough to get it to the UPS store before the cutoff time for UPS next day air.
Take your sample to an actual UPS store, not a dropbox. If you take it to a dropbox, it may not be shipped the same day. You can find a local UPS store here.
Be sure to call your local UPS store ahead of time to find out if they have pick up for next day air and to find out the cut off time for next day delivery. If you need video observation, schedule your video observation early enough in the day to get your sample to the UPS store before the cut off time.

How long is my sample stable for?

Your sample is stable for 72 hours from the time you take it and should be processed within 72 hours from the time you registered your kit. Register your kit at the SAME time you take the sample.

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This test has not been FDA cleared or approved;

This test has been authorized by FDA under an EUA for use by authorized laboratories;

This test has been authorized only for the detection of nucleic acid from SARS-CoV-2, not for any other viruses or pathogens; and

This test is only authorized for the duration of the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of emergency use of in vitro diagnostics for detection and/or diagnosis of COVID-19 under Section 564(b)(1) of the Act, 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3(b)(1), unless the authorization is terminated or revoked sooner.