What is antibody testing?
Antibody Testing FAQ
What are the differences between COVID-19 nasal testing and COVID-19 antibody (serologic) testing?
Why is Intermountain offering antibody testing?
What does a positive antibody test result mean?
What does a negative antibody test mean?
Who should get an antibody test?
How can someone get antibody testing?
What is saliva testing?
Intermountain is transitioning to collecting saliva instead of swabbing deep in the nose for testing samples. This new process should be much more comfortable for patients and enable us to collect samples from more patients at one time while maintaining the quality of our testing. This new collection method is available to patients ages 6 and older, though patients may choose the swabbing method if they are unable to produce enough saliva.
NOTE: Please do not take anything by mouth 30 minutes before testing. This includes eating, drinking, brushing your teeth/using mouthwash, mints, smoking, chewing tobacco, etc.