Antigen Tests Tulum

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Schedule quickly and conveniently here online, or come  to our facility in Tulum. All viral tests are performed in our parking lot from your car, no need to leave your vehicle.

We offer live virus testing via PCR, NAAT, and antigen techniques for a full range of needs and turnaround times. Rapid testing results are available same day within 90 minutes, lab-based PCR returns results in 2 days.

We also perform antibody testing for pre- and post-vaccination blood samples. Antibody testing can determine if your body is producing antibodies which recognize and combat COVID-19, potentially telling you if you have been exposed to the virus before, or if your body is responding to the vaccine and contributing to protective immunity.

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COVID-19 Testing Types

We are not in-network for insurance, however we will provide a courtesy superbill that
can be submitted to your insurance company in case that your plan can reimburse for testing.


The PCR (Polymerasa Chain Reaction) test is the main test used to detect the Sars-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19 disease in humans.

This is a molecular biology laboratory test, the objective of which is to find genetic material of pathogens that can cause disease. Taking a small sample of organic material, it is potentiated and maximized, being able to identify if the genetic chain of the agent exists specifically.


This type of test detects protein material of the virus existing in its protective layer, that is, proteins that are part of the composition of the virus (also called “antigens”). Upon detection, it is presumed that the patient contracted the Sars CoV-2 virus and with it, may develop the COVID-19 disease as well as be a person capable of spreading the infection. The results that are delivered are qualitative.

COVID-19 Antigen TEST

As you likely know, a COVID-19 rapid test could be a game-changer when it comes to quicker and safer coronavirus testing. Being to test more people in a shorter amount of time would improve our ability to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our local communities. Not to mention, this would also help businesses reopen and stay open..

Learn whether you are carrying active virus in your body with a simple nasal swab. Get results back within 24 hours so you can make informed decisions with up-to-date information. FDA EUA authorized and performed in our Tlum Lab location.

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Why choose us? Beyond being the leader in COVID-19 testing to help slow the spread of the virus in our local communities, we’re open 7 days a week — from 8am to 8pm — to provide a safe and convenient testing environment for all patients. Testing is available at all 4 of our convenient urgent care locations in Tulum.


When Should I make the test?

If you plan to travel internationally, you will need to get a viral test no more than 3 days before you travel by air into the United States (US) and show your negative result to the airline before you board your flight, or be prepared to show documentation of recovery (proof of a recent positive viral test and a letter from your healthcare provider or a public health official stating that you were cleared to travel).

How do we measure test accuracy?

When we measure the accuracy of a laboratory test, we’re actually measuring two different types of accuracy:

  • The test’s sensitivity is its ability to correctly indicate when an individual is currently infected (for a diagnostic case) or has has antibodies to the virus (for an antibody test).
  • The test’s specificity is its ability to correctly indicate when an individual is not infected (for a diagnostic test) or doesn’t have antibodies (for an antibody test).

A test that is very sensitive is less likely to give false-negative results, and a test that is highly specific is less likely to give false positives

What is a “false negative?”

A false negative is a test result that is wrong, because it indicates the person is not infected when they really are, or that they don’t have antibodies when they actually do.

What is a “false positive?”

A false positive is a test result that is wrong, because it indicates the person is infected when they really are not or that they have antibodies when they really don’t.

How does the diagnostic test work?

The test most commonly used to diagnose COVID-19 is a molecular test, or PCR test. It works by detecting genetic material from SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. When someone is infected, they have this genetic material in their nose and upper throat. The test uses a sample that is collected with a swab from an area of the nasal passage where viral particles are likely to be present.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently authorized a second type of diagnostic test known as an antigen test. Rather than looking for genetic material from the virus, the antigen test looks for molecules on the surface of the virus. Antigen tests are relatively inexpensive and can be run in about 15 minutes without specialized equipment

Who should get tested?
If you have symptoms of COVID-19, you may need to be tested. Contact your own primary care provider for advice on what to do next.

If you are coming to campus regularly, the Covid Pass app will notify you when you need to be tested. But, remember, if you have symptoms or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, do not come to be tested at the Covid Pass testing site.

COVID-19 Prevention


Hand Washing

Hand washing is the simplest, simplest and most accessible way to avoid illness. By washing hands with soap, for at least 20 seconds, the contagion and spread of the virus can be avoided, as well as ensuring the health of the population.


Mask Use

Make wearing a mask a normal part of your interaction with other people. To be as effective as possible, it is essential to use, store, clean and dispose of the masks correctly. Keep the mask with you at all times, even at the beach.


Social Distance

Stay at least 2 meters distance between you and other people to reduce your risk of infection when others cough, sneeze or speak. Keep an even greater distance between yourself and other people indoors. The bigger the distance, the better.

Looking For Antigen Tests Tulum?

We are located conveniently in the Tulum area. You can call, email, or schedule an appointment here, but walk-ins are also welcome. Our priority is our customer, so if you ever have a concern, question or comment please contact us and we will be more than happy to assist you to answer all your questions.

Dr. Juan Fernando Cuevas Varela
Cedula #10048068

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