COVID-19 Antibody Testing Available

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COVID-19 Antibody Testing Available

To: Faculty, Staff and Students


Jane Hunter, COVID-19 Testing Lead

Subject: COVID-19 Antibody Testing Available

Date: November 13, 2020

An antibody test can confirm whether or not you have been exposed to COVID-19 in the past and have developed antibodies against the virus, even if you never developed symptoms.

Voluntary ongoing antibody testing through the University's IRB-approved research study is available for all students, employees and Designated Campus Colleagues (DCCs) at the Student Union – Rincon Room (adjacent to the antigen test site) on the Tucson campus. Please note that the statewide antibody testing program has been expanded to allow retesting. Therefore, you may get tested even if you had a test through the program previously. 

You can currently schedule a test for Nov. 16-25, with same-day appointments usually available. The option to schedule a test in December will be available soon. 

Learn more about the research study and visit the Testing Locations & Hours page to schedule your antibody test.

If you have questions about COVID-19 testing, please read the Testing FAQs or contact the University of Arizona COVID-19 Testing Call Center at 520-848-4030 or

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