Most countries currently require some form of test – whether you’re vaccinated or not – before you can board an aircraft or clear customs. That’s where the easy part ends. At GenePace, we’re going to try and help you make sense of all the different requirements so you can concentrate on what matters most –… Continue reading COVID-19 Travel Testing – What do I need to know?
We are thrilled to expand our reach to the DMV area as we open a location in the heart of Rosslyn – just two blocks from the Metro! Who are we? GenePace began in Indianapolis, IN where we have had the pleasure of leading testing efforts for events and organizations like March Madness, the Horizon… Continue reading GenePace Solutions to Serve NOVA – Rosslyn Metro Opens June 28th!
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines in groups that have objected for a variety of reasons. Some have bought into conspiracy theories, while others have been skeptical about the fast production of the vaccines and their safety. There are still others that have made the choice to not get the… Continue reading Number of People Skipping COVID-19 Vaccines Continues to Decline
Businesses and organizations around the country have suffered during the COVID-19 pandemic in ways that have not been completely measured. While many quickly altered the methods of doing business with off-premise or remote staff, this situation cannot remain at the 100% level for long. From logistics to network security, many people need to be doing… Continue reading Beating COVID-19 and Getting Our Workplace Back to Normal Safely
COVID-19 brought the enjoyment of going to sports and entertainment events to a screeching halt. The virus has not only affected fans and attendees but it has caused financial problems for the industries that they support. However, there is hope on the horizon. With more people getting the vaccines and companies such as GenePace working… Continue reading The Challenge of Attending Sports & Entertainment Venues in the Age of COVID-19
Anyone that has worked in either Science or technology knows that the more data that you have the closer the experts can come to offering truth in analysis. This same concept stands with the COVID-19 pandemic. As the world continues to learn about the virus we are seeing that it performs as many viruses do:… Continue reading Statistics and Data on COVID-19 in Schools: Testing is a Priority
The schools in our nation are around 45% funded by local and state taxes, with the federal government funding the balance. However, the pandemic has stretched budgets in all areas to the breaking point, with little left to devote to the safe re-opening of schools. There is no doubt that the changes made within the… Continue reading 2021 Stimulus Bill Includes Expanding COVID-19 Testing in Schools
Children across the country have been suffering a variety of losses due to the pandemic. From social interaction to education, COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on kid’s lives and potential futures. Returning children to school before the pandemic is under control or a majority of the country has been vaccinated is a frightening condition. However, there… Continue reading COVID-19 Testing Updates for K-12 School Educators and Students
Families across the nation have been undergoing changes due to the pandemic that have cost jobs, income, basic needs, and the education of their children. Returning children to school without the confirmation of a majority of the country having received vaccines places them and their families at risk for being infected with and spreading the… Continue reading The Challenges of Testing K-12 Kids in School
During the COVID-19 pandemic there have been some that have tossed around the term “herd immunity” without really understanding what it is. In reality, herd immunity as it relates to disease states simply means that a large enough percentage of the population has achieved the antibodies to that disease so that it can no longer… Continue reading Herd Immunity and COVID-19: What is “herd immunity” and will we achieve it with COVID