Can your tests get me approved for travel?

Yes! As long as you're doing the correct test,

RT-PCR NAAT OR Antigen testing is required for international travel

Come to our location or we come to you and get it done!

We offer immediate testing to get you on a flight or 48 hour testing.

Look at our services tab to see what best.

How does it work?

Schedule it: Book your test choosing your closest WetestU location, Choose date & Time, then pay. Get tested: At the date and time scheduled simply show up to the location and our team of healthcare professionals will take the samples.

In a few hours & dependent on the test, check your inbox in a few hours you’ll receive an email with the official results. These are official and non editable format.

Can I test my children?

Yes, absolutely. We have Nurses Our friendly staff will be wearing masks and face shields to keep people safe and are there to help. Explain that our RN/CMA will rub the inside of their nose with a cotton swab and that it may tickle a little and be uncomfortable, but it will not hurt them.

Is the test reimbursable through my insurance?

We provide you with an invoice so you can request a reimbursement. Please contact your insurance company for more info as this is always changing.

While rapid and mobile covid testing is an out-of-pocket cost, we strongly urge our patients to seek reimbursement by their insurance companies by forwarding the order invoice that includes diagnosis code & CPT test codes.

What is a RT-PCR test?

A RT-PCR diagnostic test can show if you have an active coronavirus infection and will determine whether you need to take steps to quarantine or isolate yourself from others. RT-PCR tests detect the virus’ genetic material and are considered the gold standard for COVID-19 testing and travel.

How accurate are your tests and are they FDA approved?

Yes, clinically approved by the FDA, the PCR tests have an 97% Accuracy: The reliability of our tests is a great tool to stop uncertainty and take action quickly. No other equipment is required, decisions can be taken fast and time saved, because sometimes it makes all the difference.

Is the test painful?

No, the test will not hurt! Our test kits are validated for anterior mid-nasal collection, which means that the swab is inserted less than one inch into the nostril. This collection process is much more comfortable than the nasopharyngeal collection used in most hospitals and public testing locations.

Do I need an appointment?

Yes and No

For our storefront in mission valley you DO NOT need an appointment. Our wait time is usually less than 5 minutes

For a mobile appointment please call 619-799-5598

What if I don't have insurance?

The cost of the test will be out of pocket

What is the difference between RT-PCR and Rapid Antigen Test?

RT-PCR & Antigen test are required for travel. Check airlines for which test is required for you.

Can you send me to Japan Or china?

Yes! We're approved for Japan and China for an additional fee we can create the required translated document

Can you provide a QR CODE?

Yes For an additional $29

What is included in a 5 Panel Drug Test?

A 5 Panel Drug Test is a urine drug test that can detect commonly used drugs like marijuana, cocaine, basic opiates (heroin, morphine, codeine), phencyclidine (PCP), and amphetamines (including methamphetamine). If you do business in a state where recreational marijuana has been legalized and do not wish to test for this substance, THC can be excluded. Other substances can be added to the 5 panel test, such as alcohol, nicotine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, or ecstasy. We offer a rapid 5 panel drug test or a laboratory test.

What is included in a 12 Panel Drug Test?

Our 12 Panel Drug Test screens for the basic drugs found in a 10 panel with the added screening of an expanded opiate class (e.g., OxyContin, Percocet, hydrocodone, and oxycodone) as well as an expanded amphetamine class that includes ecstasy, Molly, and MDMA.


Almost all children will have had exposure to RSV by the time they’re 2 years old. Children under 2 are more likely to develop bronchiolitis, an infection of the lower respiratory tract. RSV is the most common cause of bronchiolitis, which is characterized by a crackly, wheezing sound in the lungs and large amounts of congestion and nasal secretions. RSV infections are typically less severe in children older than 2 and may cause a nasty cold.


Because it is viral in nature and antibiotics don’t work against viral illnesses, antibiotics will not help treat RSV.


Unfortunately, the cough and congestion that come with bronchiolitis can hang around for a while. Symptoms tend to peak around day three or four, but they can last for a few weeks.

How does RSV spread?

Similar to some other respiratory infections, a cough or sneeze can easily spread RSV. And while you're typically contagious for 3-8 days, some people, especially those with weakened immune systems, can be contagious for as long as 4 weeks—even after they stop showing symptoms.

What are the symptoms of RSV?

Symptoms of RSV can range from mild to severe and can last up to 2 weeks. RSV can cause severe symptoms in older adults.

RSV symptoms may include:



Sore Throat

Runny Nose