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RT PCR Test Report: The Ultimate Resource for COVID-19 Testing


Download RT PCR Test Report: A Complete Guide




If you have undergone a COVID-19 test, you might be wondering how to download your RT PCR test report online. RT PCR stands for Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction, which is a molecular diagnostic test that can detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in a sample of your respiratory secretions. This test is considered to be the most accurate and reliable method for diagnosing COVID-19, as it can detect even low levels of viral RNA in your body.


Downloading your RT PCR test report online can help you to know your COVID-19 status, take appropriate precautions, and follow the guidelines issued by the health authorities. However, downloading your RT PCR test report online can also be confusing, as there are different methods and platforms available for doing so. In this article, we will explain how to download your RT PCR test report online using three different methods: using RT PCR app, using web portal of testing center or state government, and using email or SMS notification from testing center or state government. We will also discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each method, and provide some tips and precautions for downloading and using your RT PCR test report.




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Method 1: Using RT PCR app




One of the easiest ways to download your RT PCR test report online is to use the RT PCR app, which is developed by the National Informatics Centre for Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). This app allows you to check your RT PCR test result, download your report in PDF format, and share it with others. Here are the steps to use the RT PCR app to download your RT PCR test report online:


  • Download and install the RT PCR app from Google Play Store or Apple App Store on your smartphone.



  • Open the app and enter your mobile number. You will receive an OTP (One Time Password) on your mobile number. Enter the OTP to verify your identity.



  • Agree to the terms and conditions of the app.



  • Select "Add a New Patient" option from the menu.



  • Fill in your personal details, such as name, age, gender, address, ID proof number, etc.



  • Select "Submit" option to complete your registration.



  • You will receive a confirmation message with your SRF ID (Specimen Referral Form ID), which is a unique code assigned to your sample.



  • Once your sample is tested, you will receive another message with a link to view your result.



  • Click on the link and enter your SRF ID and mobile number to access your result.



  • You will see your result status as either "Positive" or "Negative". You can also see other details, such as date of sample collection, date of result generation, name of testing center, etc.



  • Select "Download Report" option to download your report in PDF format. You can also select "Share Report" option to share your report with others via email, WhatsApp, etc.



Advantages of using RT PCR app




  • The RT PCR app is convenient and user-friendly. You can check or consistent with the latest guidelines or protocols. You may not be able to see your RT PCR test result or report online if it is not uploaded or updated by the testing center or state government on time.



Method 3: Using email or SMS notification from testing center or state government




A third way to download your RT PCR test report online is to use the email or SMS notification from the testing center or state government where you have taken the test. Many testing centers and state governments send an email or SMS notification to the registered mobile number or email address of the patient once the RT PCR test result is ready. The email or SMS notification contains a link to view and download the RT PCR test report online. Here are the steps to use the email or SMS notification from testing center or state government to download your RT PCR test report online:


  • Check your registered mobile number or email address for any email or SMS notification from the testing center or state government where you have taken the test. You can also check your spam or junk folder in case the email or SMS notification is filtered out by your service provider.



  • Open the email or SMS notification and look for the link to view and download your RT PCR test report online. The link may be under different names, such as "View Report", "Download Report", "COVID-19 Report", etc.



  • Click on the link and enter your details, such as name, mobile number, SRF ID, date of birth, etc., as required by the web portal. You may also need to enter an OTP or a captcha code to verify your identity.