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Workforce COVID Testing Solutions

Testing & Prevention of COVID-19

COVID Testing at Work

The requirements and regulations for creating a workforce COVID-19 safety plan continue to change, leaving owners, executives, and HR managers feeling frustrated, even overwhelming. 

At Bloom, our team of experts will take on the responsibility of developing a personalized solution, best suited for your company’s needs. We have dedicated ourselves to researching best practices for safety and sourcing the most innovative testing available. We will work with you to implement your plan and stay connected, providing continued support and education so that you feel confident and informed. 

Our Services

Flexible Workforce Testing Locations

Where We Test

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Local Bloom Clinic

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Your Location

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Mobile Testing

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Mail-in Saliva Kit

Planning, Testing, & Monitoring

How Workforce COVID Testing Works

Company Assessment

Your assigned advisor will do a discovery call with you, reviewing the complexities of your company’s needs.

Test Results

All results are sent through a HIPAA compliant portal by email. Group batch reporting is available.

Program Development

We provide a solution based on your company's needs; as those needs change or new science becomes available, that program will evolve.

Employee Monitoring

If someone does test positive, contact tracing is available. Which include follow up testing.

Employee Testing

Onsite PCR and Point of Care testing are available. Either a Bloom provider will administer the test or training will be provided.

Case Management

We provide customized solutions to capture, direct, and disseminate information throughout the pandemic response process.

Employee COVID-19 Testing

Frequently Asked Questions

About COVID-19

According to the CDC, Coronavirus (COVID-19) is an illness caused by a virus that can spread from person to person.

To learn more about the virus, click here.

According to the CDC, people with COVID-19 can have a wide range of symptoms, ranging from mild to severe. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus.

Common symptoms include but are not limited to: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, headache, body aches.

For more information about symptoms, please click here.

We recommend staying up-to-date on information and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

To learn more about COVID-19, please click here.

About PCR Tests

This test is RT-PCR which is the gold standard according to the CDC for the analysis of Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19).

Saliva has a higher limit of detection than the swabs, but that is offset by Saliva having a higher viral load than is typically found in the nasal specimens, so that offsets the effect of the higher limit of detection.

No. This is a molecular diagnostic test. This is a test to determine if there is an active infection and it is detected by RT-PCR. When the virus is active, it can be found in the upper and lower respiratory system. The antibody test is typically conducted after the infection has passed, and it is a blood test.

RT-PCR stands for Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction. It is a process where the DNA is extracted from the sample and it goes through a process where the DNA is amplified from a small amount to a large amount that is easily detectable by the instrument.

About Antibody Tests

Yes. People can still spread the virus while showing absolutely no symptoms. We recommend an antibody test for people of all ages and demographics.

Yes, Bloom provides the most in-depth testing available. Allowing effective detection of COVID-A9 antibodies.

Yes. Our test will discover if your antibodies suggest that you have been exposed to the coronavirus.

A negative test indicates that your sample did not reveal the presence of COVID-19 antibodies.

We test your sample with five COVID-19 proteins to discover the presence of antibodies in your blood.

Anybody and everybody should get tested for antibodies. If you’ve had any public contact, it is a good idea to get tested for antibodies.