Result Reporting

Information

You have the option to report your Detect Covid-19 Test result to public health agencies as part of the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act. This information helps them track the virus and determine appropriate public health measures and guidelines in response to the current pandemic.

You can choose to report your results to only the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in a completely anonymous way. You may also choose to report your results along with some information about you to your local health agencies, if local/state regulations permit.

How is my information protected?

If you choose to report your test results, the information you provide will be securely reported to the public health agencies - CDC and, if appropriate, state and local agencies - but will not be stored by Detect™.

Who can access my information?

Any information you choose to provide is not accessible by Detect or its business associates.

Reporting options

Please read below and proceed to review your options and consent or decline to report your results to CDC and/or local public health agencies.

What information may be collected

CDC reports only include unidentifiable information along with your test results.

  • Unidentifiable information - Age, sex, race, ethnicity, and zip code.
  • If applicable and if you choose to do so, your local reports include personally identifiable and unidentifiable information along with your test results.

  • Personally identifiable information - Name, address, phone number, and date of birth
  • Press Continue to review your options and consent or decline to report your results.