Immunity Passport

COVID-19

A Trusted Science Based Approach to Battle COVID-19

Create your own Immunity Passport with Testing and PPE

Recommendations from

Dr. Elaine Chin, Personalized Medicine Expert

Asymptomatic Spread is Real

Spreaders are most contagious the first 3 days of a COVID-19 infection when asymptomatic.

Some people remain asymptomatic throughout their COVID-19 illness. W.H.O. sets it round 40%.

Temperature checks and questionnaires are inadequate for screening silent spreaders.

Testing is the only way to detect and keep control of virus

I think I’m infected with COVID-19 now

If I become sick and suspect
I’ve been infectedI need to get tested

Know if you have an active virus in your body by finding RNA pieces of the virus using a swab.

Knowing if you have antibodies is an alternative to getting a nasal swab, especially when it’s not accessible to you.

Antibodies will be able to determine if you are still infectious or recently infected.

When testing is done early, IgM antibodies appear days after exposure to the coronavirus and could last for up to fourteen days. As you recover, IgG antibodies will appear and  IgM antibodies will disappear.

Maybe I had COVID-19 in the recent past

Now that I’ve recovered from a
possible COVID-19 infection
I need to know if
I’ve developed immunity

Know if you have immunity by evaluating the level of IgG antibodies in your blood.

Once recovery begins, your IgM antibodies will be less detectable and IgG antibodies will become more predominant. The presence of IgG antibodies may infer immunity for a few months.

So why should I get tested if antibodies may become undetectable? If you’ve been exposed to COVID-19 you may be at risk of developing Post COVID-19 symptoms such as shortness of breath (fibrosis of the lungs), chest pain (heart valve damage and artery disease), brain fog mini-stroke), headaches, chronic rash, and fatigue.

Take personal control of your health and protect your family with a simple at home self-test kit for COVID-19 antibodies.

What to Expect?

At Home Self-Testing Kit

Understand your current state of IgG and IgM antibodies for COVID-19 using a self-administered test kit in the safety and comfort of your home.

CLIA Approved Lab

Blood spot sample is processed by a CLIA approved lab (USA) using a Roche platform that is FDA approved under EUA.

Accurate and Reliable Test

Unlike some unreliable rapid tests, this lab-based test is accurate with a high specificity (99.8%) and sensitivity (100%) by day 14.

Get Results Online Quickly

Once your sample arrives at the lab, expect to get your results online within 48-72 hours in a secure health portal.

No Vaccine is on the Horizon

A vaccine is unlikely to appear in the next 6 to 12 months.

If one becomes available, it could be less than 50% effective  like some flu shots.

There’s no vaccine for SARS coronavirus because it mutated often. The COVID-19 virus has mutated over 250 times so far.

Therefore, protection from airborne and surface risks are critical.

Voice Cloud

Talking can launch thousands of droplets in the air for 8-14 minutes. They are so small that any slight fluctuation in the air currents help keep airborne for hours. Somebody nearby can inhale droplets and become infected despite of social distancing.

Airborne Factors

When social distancing  is not possible or simply not good enough, masks are critical. Level 1 medical masks are far superior to cloth masks. And if cloth masks are used, it needs to be 3-ply made with three materials per W.H.O.

Surface Lifespan

The Covid-19 virus can live for hours in the air and up to 3 days on some surfaces. This virus waits to enter a live host to replicate. Hence, it’s important to use appropriate cleansers and disinfectants that are Health Canada or equivalent approved.

COVID-19 Remains a Threat

We are only at the beginning of flattening the curve in Canada.

Most vulnerable are certainly older (age 60+). Of the 5% who needed hospitalization, 96% had pre-existing chronic conditions of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, etc. Obesity remains a predisposition for all these conditions.

Waves Two and Three: Summer/Fall 2020 and Winter 2021.

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