COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Testing

To keep your staff safe, we supply the most accurate, reliable and rapid COVID-19 tests on the market. Contact us today to receive our COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test documentation.


The COVID-19 Antigen Test Kit

The Santé Group COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test is a diagnostic test for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 antigens in human nasal/nasopharyngeal and oral/oropharyngeal swab specimens. The ease of use combined with its fast results makes the Antigen Rapid Test the perfect solution for employee testing at the workplace.

Rapid Antigen Testing Kit Contents
  • 20 x Sterilised Swabs
  • 20 x Extraction Tubes
  • 20 x Tube Dropper Caps
  • 20 x Test Cards
  • 20 x Sample Extraction Buffer
  • 1 x Tube Stand
Sample Type
  • Nasal, Nasopharyngeal, Oropharyngeal Swabs
  • 96.08% (nasopharyngeal)
  • 96.23% (oropharyngeal)
  • 96.19% (nasal)
  • 99.14% (nasopharyngeal)
  • 99.20% (oropharyngeal)
  • 99.20% (nasal)
  • 98.59% (nasopharyngeal)
  • 97.84% (oropharyngeal)
  • 97.83% (nasal)
  • 2 – 30 °C
Usage Statement
  • The product is included on the ARTG for professional use at the point of care.
Key Applications
  • COVID-19 Diagnostics
Test Type
  • Qualitative
  • Results after 15 minutes
Countries Tested
  • Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland
Suitable Sectors
  • Aged Care
  • Transport
  • Health
  • Housing
  • Government
  • Mining & Manufacturing
  • Corporate & Commercial
  • Education
  • Roads

Contact us for COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test Documentation

    Legal Statements

    • The Rapid SARS-COV-2 Antigen Test must not be supplied for the purpose of self-testing.
    • The Rapid SARS-COV-2 Antigen Test must only be used by relevant practitioners, or persons under their supervision, who are trained in the correct use of the goods and the interpretation of the test results.
    • Negative test results do not exclude infection withSARS-COV-2 (so face masks, social distancing, and good hygiene practice must be maintained).
    • Positive test results or symptomatic persons require immediate confirmatory testing with a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test.