“Shelter in Place” order has been playing an important role to slow down the COVID-19 spreads, but COVID-19 testing is still in great demand to identify the infected asymptomatic patients and prevent close contact infection. Regardless of what techniques are used for the testing, safe and correct sample collection is essential. With more and more COVID-testing kits are approved for FDA EUA, getting high-performance sample collection kits due to lack of supply becomes harder and harder.

We provide limited supply of high-quality sample collection kits that meet COVID-19 testing needs:

  • Inactivation of COVID-19 virus (SARS-CoV-2) to reduce health risks for lab technicians during downstream operations
  • Ambient transportation and storage up to one week save shipping cost and provide convenience
  • Virus sample stability in VTM ensures downstream sample processing and testing accuracy by reducing false-negatives

Learn more about our FDA EUA Approved QuantiVirus™ SARS-CoV-2 Test Kit (RT-PCR test).

Kit Components

  • Viral Sample Preservation Solution: 1mL tube per kit
  • Swab: 1 swab per kit

Ordering Information

DC-11-0012

COVID-19 Hotline

Email: covid19support@diacarta.com

Phone #: +1 510-878-6662, option 4 (tech support) 

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Sample Collection Workflow

Step 1

Clean hands before sampling, tear open the package and take out the swab. Be careful not to touch the swab head.

Step 2

According to different sampling requirements, carefully collect the sample from corresponding parts.

Throat swab:Wipe the bilateral pharyngeal tonsils and the posterior pharyngeal wall with a swab over the base of the tongue.

Nasal swab:Insert the swab gently into the nostrils, stop for a while, and then slowly rotate and pull back.

Step 3

After sampling, put the swab into the tube containing preservative solution to avoid contact with other parts.

Step 4

Break the swab tip, discard stick and cap the tube containing samples.

Need Help?

Call us: +1 (800) 878-6662

Email us: information@diacarta.com

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