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Testing positive using a COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test

The NSW Government is making changes to how it identifies positive COVID-19 cases. Most people who test positive on a rapid antigen test will not need to confirm their result with a PCR (nose and throat swab) test. Instead, people who test positive using a COVID-19 rapid antigen test must register with Service NSW as soon as possible. This will help you:

  • quickly understand your relative level of risk

  • access support from NSW Health.

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