At this stage of the Coronavirus pandemic, you may have gotten a PCR test done for the detection of COVID-19. Nonetheless, the question of how the PCR test works remains among the most frequently asked. 

Since the Coronavirus pandemic began in 2020, California has been hit by COVID-19 much more than other states. Although we truly live in a paradise and are surrounded by amazing people, it is difficult to be in California during a global disease.

We must all do our part to restore our state and its individuals to health. Read on to keep track of the most recent updates on COVID-19, taken from our local and state authorities. 


Long-Term Effects of COVID-19

We know much more now than we did back in mid-2020 regarding the Coronavirus disease. Nonetheless, there is still much we need to investigate and learn about to overcome the pandemic and ensure every individual’s safety. The long-term effects of COVID-19 are among people’s main concerns. There are enough individuals with long-term effects that the condition has been called “Post-COVID-19 Syndrome” or “Long COVID-19.” In this post, we hope to illustrate what the latest research from the CDC says regarding the Coronavirus post-disease effects.


COVID-19 Group Testing Events

Most of us are anxiously awaiting to go back into the real world. At the same time, COVID-19 Regulations are changing, making room for “Return to Learn” and “Return to Work” strategies. Many schools around the country are allowing students to meet on school grounds (at least once a week or every two weeks). Similarly, businesses are getting ready to receive their employees back into their offices in the safest way possible.

Covid-19 Vaccine: Main Facts

The Covid-19 vaccine is here, but there are many questions surrounding it. At our Covid-19 testing facility, some of the most frequently asked questions are about the vaccine. In this post, we have included the most common questions regarding the Coronavirus vaccine, and answers that come from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.