If there is only a line in C, you are showing no signs of COVID-19. The virus might be incubating though. Follow local government advice. After 14 days, repeat the test. If the result is the same, you most likely do not have the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
If there are lines in C and M, the result is positive for IgM-antibodies. You are showing early signs of COVID-19. The IgM-antibodies indicate that your body has developed a first immune response. If the test result does not match with clinical evaluation, perform another test. If the results are the same, contact your GP.
If there are lines in C, M and G, the result is positive for IgM and IgG-antibodies. You are in the mid-stages of COVID-19. The virus is still virulent in your body, but immunity is also being built up. If the test result does not match with clinical evaluation, perform another test. If the results are the same, contact your GP.
If there are lines in C and G, the result is positive for IgG-antibodies. You have recovered from SARS-CoV-2 and your body has now built up immunity against the disease. Unfortunately, we do not know how long IgG antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 will protect against future infection. Regular testing is recommended.
There must always be a line in C (Control line) for the results to be valid. If the C line does not appear, review the procedure and read the Instruction for Use again. Repeat the steps with a new tester. If the problem persists, contact Geneses Medical.