SYNLAB certificates now have QR codes

As of 23 March, all coronavirus PCR and antibody test result certificates issued by SYNLAB Eesti have QR codes. Officials at airports, ports and border crossing points all over the world can use the QR code to verify if the…

SYNLAB to gift tablets and special mattresses to general nursing homes

Estonia’s largest medical laboratory SYNLAB is to gift tablets to nursing homes, helping their inhabitants communicate with their relatives. In addition, SYNLAB will provide nursing homes with comfortable special mattresses. Having worked on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic for…

SYNLAB adopts a new coronavirus antibodies detection method

From today, SYNLAB Eesti laboratory has adopted a new coronavirus antibody detection method, which is more precise than the previous method and also allows it to detect post-vaccination antibody formation. Samples for the new antibody test can be given at…

The price of a coronavirus test to decrease significantly in January

Thanks to earlier investments, the improved efficiency of processes and more affordable lab equipment, SYNLAB can offer coronavirus testing for a significantly reduced price to healthcare service providers and clients ordering the paid service as of 1 January 2021. Coronavirus…

A FEW WORDS OF WARNING ABOUT TESTING

REGARDING TEST RESULTS A person can be infectious before any symptoms appear. An asymptomatic person can also carry and spread the coronavirus. A NEGATIVE test result means that at the moment of giving the sample, there were not enough coronavirus…

All participants of WRC Rally Estonia are tested for coronavirus

In order to prevent and combat the spread of coronavirus, those participating in the first ever WRC rally to be held in Estonia, including all drivers, their team members and people connected with the competition centre in the Estonian National…

Testing after returning from a trip abroad

Those returning to Estonia from COVID-19 risk countries will have the opportunity to get tested at the airport or the port, in order to shorten their self-isolation period and return to work sooner. Testing is voluntary and free of charge…
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