Almost instant test results give law enforcement officials a reassuring feeling as both work within the community and return safely to their families.
Tarzana, CA, July 29, 2020 – (PR.com) – Thrive Medical, a wellness clinic that helps patients live beyond their limits, announced today that it is responding to ongoing testing deficiencies and delays The Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in California: The clinic offers rapid tests to members of the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Sheriff & # 39; s Department. The free tests will be available on Monday, August 10, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in her clinic at 18740 Ventura Blvd. Suite 101 in Tarzana. To facilitate ongoing social distancing, interested officials must call 818-906-8888 to schedule an appointment.
By July 29, 2020, the LAPD had reported a total of 454 employees who tested positive for COVID-19. Of these, 244 are recovering at home or in self-isolation, while 272 have returned to work. In addition, LASD has confirmed a total of 448 positive cases since the pandemic started. Officials who cannot perform their duties without regular and close contact with citizens and who prioritize security as part of their job and public engagement are cautious of infecting those they come into contact with. In addition, officials like other frontline workers and first responders have additional pressure to avoid potentially infecting their loved ones. Regular testing is the only way to create both a safe work environment and a reassuring feeling – for both the officials and the people they serve.
Continued demand for tests has left the state behind, and some police officers have had to wait 2 or 3 weeks to get a test and then another 3 to 5 days to get the results back. Thrive Medical provides test results in 20 minutes. Your laboratory can do a blood test that looks for two types of antibodies. The first indicates a current COVID-19 infection, while the other indicates a previous infection. These types of rapid tests could change the game for first responders and officials of all types and allow them to work as close as possible to a “new normal”.
"I spoke to police officers who are on a waiting list that lasts for weeks," said Dr. Jeff Nazar, men's health specialist at Thrive Medical. "This gives a policeman too much time to accidentally transmit the virus to who he is." / Interacts with you, including loved ones. I personally know someone who has been infected by their fiance who is a police officer. It is important to make tests available to everyone, especially those at the front. "
Thrive Medical in Tarzana looks after patients throughout Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. Dr. Nazar opened Thrive as a health clinic to offer special care tailored to replenish vitamins and hormones for people with deficiency. The addition of COVID-19 rapid tests may help alleviate the continuing lack of tests that affect Los Angeles and California as a whole. Dr. Nazar himself will begin training as a reserve sheriff deputy at the Sheriff's Academy in Los Angeles in September. The strictly voluntary position is his way of helping law enforcement what he can do.
"As a private individual, it is important that we do our bit to protect each other. It is of the utmost importance to me to provide a test that gives almost instant results to those who interact with the public," added Dr. Nazar "Individuals looking for tests should ensure that they are performed in a CLIA-regulated laboratory to get the most accurate results and avoid possible damage."
The test is available to the public for $ 99, but is always available at a discount of 15% for police officers and first responders. The tests are free for police officers at Thrive Clinic on Monday, August 10, 2020. In the upcoming post-pandemic world, the benefits of rapid testing and instant knowledge will be critical to the health and safety of citizens and civil servants alike.
For more information, please visit www.mensthrive.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 818-906-8888 to schedule a test.