Warner Plaza Urgent Care is now offering drive thru COVID-19 antibody testing. This quick blood test checks for the presence of COVID-19 antibodies, which show that a person has had an immune response to a COVID-19 infection. If you would like to know whether or not you have had an immune response to COVID-19, you can visit Warner Plaza Urgent Care anytime during our business hours to receive a drive thru COVID-19 antibody test.
COVID-19 Antibody Testing at Warner Plaza Medical
How To Get Tested
To receive a COVID-19 antibody test at Warner Plaza Medical, drive to our urgent care, located at 5995 Topanga Canyon Blvd in Woodland Hills, CA. When you arrive, look for the posted signs that will direct you to the drive thru testing area. If there is a wait, you can wait in your car for your antibody test appointment. Note that you do not need to make an appointment before your visit. Visitors will be checked in in the order they arrive.
The antibody blood test takes only a few minutes to administer. After you’ve been tested, you can wait on site for your results. You’ll receive the results of your COVID-19 antibody test within 10 to 15 minutes of being tested.
What to Bring to Get Tested
Bring your ID and a form of payment (cash or card) when you visit our clinic to receive your test. Our COVID-19 antibody testing is $135.
COVID-19 Antibody Testing Hours
Warner Plaza Medical is offering drive thru COVID-19 antibody testing during our current business hours, which have temporarily changed. Our temporary clinic hours from 5/2 to 5/31 are as follows:
Mon – Fri: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sat: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
If you have any questions about receiving a COVID-19 antibody test at Warner Plaza Medical, call us at 818-888-7009.
FAQ About COVID-19 Testing
Q: Is COVID-19 antibody testing the swab test?
A: No. The COVID-19 antibody test is a blood test that checks for COVID-19 antibodies, which show that a person has been infected with and recovered from the virus. The COVID-19 swab test is a cheek swab test that checks for the presence of an active COVID-19 infection.
Q: Who is a COVID-19 antibody test for?
A: The COVID-19 antibody test is for anyone who would like to know whether or not they have already had COVID-19. Some people may want to know if a sickness they had in the recent past was COVID-19. Other people may want to know if they have had COVID-19 in the past without having symptoms, since COVID-19 can sometimes cause an asymptomatic infection.
Q: Should I get a COVID-19 antibody test if I’m currently sick?
A: No, you should not get a COVID-19 antibody test if you are currently sick. The COVID-19 antibody test checks for antibodies from a past infection. You should wait ten days or more after fully recovering from your illness to receive an antibody test, since it can take ten days or more for coronavirus antibodies to become detectable in a blood sample after someone has recovered.
Q: Does having COVID-19 antibodies mean you’re now immune to COVID-19?
A: COVID-19 is a new virus. Currently, we do not know whether or not having antibodies as the result of a previous COVID-19 infection provides someone with immunity from a future COVID-19 infection.
Q: What is COVID-19?
A: COVID-19, also known as novel coronavirus disease or Coronavirus Disease 2019, is a disease caused by a new strain of the coronavirus that has not previously been seen in humans. COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease that infects the upper respiratory tract.
Q: What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
A: Common symptoms of COVID-19 include cough, fever, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, and shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.
Q: Can you have COVID-19 without symptoms?
A: Yes. While many people who have COVID-19 have the signs and symptoms of the novel coronavirus, some people who are infected with COVID-19 are asymptomatic.
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