A rapid antigen test is a quick way to check if you have COVID-19. You do the test yourself and it shows you the result on a device that comes with the test.
You must register a positive rapid antigen test result as soon as possible after you get your result. You're able to add a positive result dating back to 1 January 2022.
You can register a positive test result for yourself, another adult or a child. Each result needs tobe reported separately.
You must register your result with Service NSW if you test positive in another state or territory and have returned to NSW to self-isolate.
Youdo not need to register if you've:
Note: If you develop severe chest pain, fainting episodes or severe difficulty breathing, call Triple Zero (000) straight away and tell the ambulance staff that you have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
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