Corona rapid test

Coronalab offers COVID-19 antigen rapid tests for companies, schools and private individuals, which means that a result is possible within 2 hours . In the event of a negative result, employees can now return to work even faster.

In some cases you can also travel with a rapid test result, but please note: not all countries accept the rapid antigen test for travel. Always check this carefully before booking the test.

Coronalab uses antigen rapid tests from SD Biosensor and Roche. These are approved by the RIVM and meet the WHO requirements.


€ 39,00

With the COVID-19 antigen rapid test you will have a result within 2 hours whether you are infected .

Results within two hours
Including English (travel) certificate
RIVM/WHO validated tests
Roche / Biosensor testing
Under the supervision of a doctor

What does the rapid test for corona cost?

The rapid test in the Coronalab clinic costs € 39 including VAT. You can easily make an appointment via our online booking tool .

When will I receive the results of the rapid test?

When the material has been purchased, we can test immediately. The results are available quickly. The result should be checked by a doctor. You can request the results in the portal after approximately 2 hours. We will email you when the results are ready.

Is it possible to take business quick tests?

It is also possible to take business tests with us. You can purchase booking codes for this. Via the button below you will find more information about our business tests.

ISO certified

Microbe&Lab is ISO certified. All tests are checked by a BIG certified doctor .

RIVM accredited

Our laboratory is accredited by the RIVM for Sars-CoV-2 diagnostics.

Security and Privacy

Your personal data will be processed in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, such as AVG.

10 years experience

Microbe&Lab has more than 10 years of experience in developing medical tests for infectious diseases.

What is a corona rapid test?

A rapid test (antigen test) enables us to quickly test whether someone is carrying the COVID-19 virus. You can request the results in our portal within 2 hours.

Coronalab uses the COVID-19 Standard F-Covid Ag test from SD Biosensor and the SARS-CoV-2 Rapid Antigen Test from Roche. These have been approved by the WHO and meet the RIVM requirement for use in the Netherlands. The test is CE certified and is only administered by healthcare professionals.

How does a corona rapid test work?

The antigen test measures whether certain virus proteins are present in collected test material. For this we use a nasopharyngeal swab. For a reliable result it is important that the removal of the material and the reading of the test result is done correctly. Our healthcare professionals can help with this.


How is the rapid test used?

We use the antigen rapid tests on people with symptoms as well as people without symptoms. The antigen (rapid) test is for anyone who wants to know whether he/she currently has the coronavirus.

What is the difference with a PCR test?

The PCR test is the gold standard. This is because the PCR test is very sensitive and also detects lower virus values. However, for the PCR test we need our laboratory and the result often takes a little longer.

We do not need a laboratory for a corona rapid test. We can perform this test in our clinic and the results are available quickly.

Rapid test test locations

View the overview of our test locations for quick tests here. By clicking on a location you can view more information. You can schedule a test directly in our booking tool .

Coronalab rapid test locations

Rapid test Amsterdam

What is a Corona rapid test?

An antigen (rapid) test is a method in which material is tested for the presence of virus proteins. No laboratory is required to perform the test and the results are quickly available after our quality check.

For whom is the antigen rapid test intended?

The antigen rapid test is for anyone with complaints who wants to know whether he/she currently has the corona virus.

If you have no complaints and still have doubts, for example because you have been in contact with a positively tested person, we recommend a PCR test.

What is the difference with a PCR test?

The PCR test is the gold standard. The test is very sensitive (99.8% specificity and 99.9% sensitivity) and detects both high and low concentrations of the virus in your body. However, the PCR test can only be performed and analyzed in a laboratory.

The rapid test does not require a laboratory and the result will be available within 2 hours. Studies do show that the rapid test picks up lower concentrations of the virus less well than the PCR test, which is why RIVM has only validated antigen tests for people with complaints.

How is the test administered?

The rapid test is administered via a nasopharyngeal swab. Trained staff will take the swab from you. It is important that this is taken in the right way in order to generate a reliable result.

Do I have to wait on location for the results?

New. For your and our safety, you can go home immediately after the test. You can request the results of the rapid test on our website within two hours. In the event of a positive result, you will also be called about the result.

What does the test cost?

The test costs €39 including VAT via the booking tool.

Where can I (have) taken a rapid test?

You can have our rapid test taken at all our 20 clinics in the Netherlands. View the overview of our test locations here . You can easily schedule a test directly via our online booking tool.

When will I receive the results of the rapid test?

The result is available within 2 hours . This is due to our internal quality control. The results are always checked by a doctor. You can request the results via our website. By working in a secure environment, our services are fully in line with the AVG legislation.

No results will be shared on the spot or verbally.

Can a rapid test be used for travel?

This depends on the country you are traveling to. Some countries allow entry with a negative rapid test certificate.

You are responsible for the correct choice for a test. A PCR test is always allowed to travel with.