COVID-19 Testing at Total Point Urgent Care
Flu Like Symptoms?
COVID PCR Test Results Available in Hours!
Referral not required
Testing for all patients
Total Point Urgent Care Missouri is conducting 15 minutes Rapid Molecular Tests and conventional RT-PCR COVID -19 tests.
All tests include an office visit by a licensed provider. Our Rapid Molecular COVID-19 test is exclusively approved for travel and has a one-hour turnaround. Rapid Molecular tests are limited, however, and we reserve the right to prioritize depending on urgency and need.
Our conventional RT PCR tests usually take one day on weekdays. More information about our COVID-19 test is available in our COVID Q&A section.
Here’s What We Know About COVID-19
Looking for current COVID-19 information? You’ve come to the right place. Read on for facts about this serious illness and the new COVID-19 vaccines.
Q: What is Covid-19?
A: According to the CDC, COVID-19 is a new respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. It is spread from person to person. Experts call this “community spread.” You can get the virus if you are around an infected person who sneezes, coughs, or talks. If you touch a surface that’s been touched by an infected person, you can get COVID-19 too.
Q: Am I at Risk for Covid-19?
A: Anyone of any age or health condition can get COVID-19. It is highly contagious and can spread rapidly no matter where you live. However, your risk of getting seriously ill or dying increases dramatically when you have certain medical conditions and/or are 65 and over.
Q: What are the Covid-19 Symptoms?
A: Symptoms may include a cough, fever, chills, congestion, aches, and nausea. You might not be able to taste or smell. You can have mild symptoms, severe symptoms, or be asymptomatic and have no symptoms at all. Symptoms can show up in 2–14 days after exposure. If you believe you’ve been exposed to the virus, call about getting tested for COVID-19 (link).
Q: What if I’m Already Sick with Covid-19?
A: Stay home except to get medical attention. Isolate yourself from family and friends. Monitor your health. Seek immediate medical attention if you can’t breathe and/or have chest pain.
Protect Yourself and your Loved ones.
A negative test means the virus that causes COVID-19 was NOT found in your system.
A positive test means the virus that causes COVID-19 WAS found in your system.
- Stay home for at least 14 days.
- Keep isolated from other family members.
- Rest and monitor your health. Call 911 if you experience trouble breathing or have constant chest pain
- Wear a Mask.
- Cover your nose and mouth.
- Wash Your Hands. 20 seconds with soap and water. Or use a hand sanitizer that contains 60% alcohol.
- Keep Your Distance.
- Keep two arm-lengths or 6 feet away from those who don’t live with you.
- Avoid crowds.
- Get a Flu Shot
- Get Tested.
- Get Vaccinated
Schedule your appointment. Protect Yourself. Protect Others.
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