ELISA IgG test

Post-infection semi-quantitative coronavirus immunity test.
IgG positive: a sample showing an antibody indicative of immunity after a previous coronavirus infection (at least 28 days).

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The ELISA IgG test is a post-infection semi-quantitative coronavirus immunity test detecting of antibodies and immune response produced against Covid-19 virus infection. IgG positivity: a test showing immunity developed after an already completed coronavirus infection (at least 28 days). The laboratory examination of the ELISA test can reliably show whether the IgG antibody against the SARS-CoV-2 virus produced by the body can be found in a given person’s body, i.e. whether they could have been infected with the coronavirus and whether IgG antibodies were formed against it. We recommend it to those who want to make sure with a reliable test method whether they have already been infected with the coronavirus.

We recommend this ELISA test method to those who want to make sure with a reliable test whether they have already been infected with the coronavirus. IgG positivity means protection developed after an already completed coronavirus infection (at least 28 days).