The JOYSBIO rapid antigen test is the latest generation of tests. Due to the simple handling, in which only one penetration into the front nasal cavity (2.5 cm) is necessary for the sample, it offers a lot of comfort with very high reliability. It is well suited for use in companies, schools, public institutions and other places where many people gather.

The test result is available after a short time. It only takes 10-15 minutes to get the result. The JOYSBIO antigen test is TÜV and CE tested, approved by the BfArM and the BASG and thus offers a lot of security to deliver reliable results even with low virus loads. This means that infected people can be found before symptoms appear, which makes the JOYSBIO rapid antigen test an important cornerstone in the development of hygiene concepts.

The advantages at a glance:

  • WHO & FDA listed
  • TÜV and CE certified
  • BASG approved
  • BfArM approved
  • EN ISO 13485: 2016
  • Specificity is 97.3%
  • also detects low virus loads
  • detects infections before symptoms appear
  • Test result after 10-15 minutes

Each box contains 50 boxes of 20 tests each = 1,000 tests. The box weighs 16 kg. The delivery time is 8-14 days, depending on the size of the order.

Package contents:

  • 20x test devices, individually packed
  • 20x sterile disposable sample collection bags
  • 20x buffer bottle (350 μl / bottle)
  • 20x disposable drippers
  • 20x extraction tubes each with 1x dispenser cap
  • 1x stand for extraction tubes
  • 1x instructions for use

Price: from 2.50 € / piece

For orders > 100,000 delivery is free.

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How reliable are the rapid antigen self-testing tests?

Before the Corona rapid tests for self-testing came onto the market, the Berlin Charité, together with the Heidelberg University Hospital, examined their reliability in 150 patients who were suspected of being infected with SARS-CoV-2. During the self-test, the test subjects had to follow the instructions exactly and insert the swab 2-3 centimeters into their nose, where the sample was removed by circling the inner walls of the nose for about 15 seconds.

As Professor Mockenhaupt from the Berlin Charité reports, there were only minimal differences in the test results of the new tests that are not inserted far into the nose and those that require deep penetration into the nose and that are performed by a specialist were. As part of the study, the specialist staff identified 34 out of 40 infected people, while the lay test identified 33 out of 40 infected people.