Due to the significant increase in the incidence of the delta variant and COVID-19, the PCR-Lolli test is being promoted in day-care centres, schools and institutions for people with disabilities as a tool to control the spread of coronavirus and to protect the non-vaccinated.
The PCR-Lolli test, with its high sensitivity and ease of use, is a particularly suitable method for children and people with disabilities, both in cases of high and low incidence of COVID-19.
Children between 0 and 12 years (< 6 years on medical prescription with parents' or cantonal authority's agreement, > 6 years no medical prescription necessary)
- Elderly/disabled people
- All people who have an easier time sucking, gargling or spitting or who have difficulty tolerating a nasopharyngeal swab
- Pooling or individual testing
- Repeated testing and/or management of outbreaks
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