Keeping education moving with isolation management
Whether accessing public or private testing, Reactivate helps mitigate risk with digital screening and isolation reporting both in and outside of school. Know what is going on in order to react and respond safely and effectively.
Identify symptomatic cases to ‘test and return’ or manage isolation to ensure staffing levels can be maintained
Daily digital screening prevents symptomatic risk being entered into the educational environment before the day begins
Identify and respond to household impacts which can prevent teachers attending work in real-time whilst maintaining privacy
Works in line with NHS Test, Track and Trace, NHS Covid 19 App, private testing and on site screening to ensure an inclusive and agnostic approach for informed decision making
Visualise the daily health and isolation impact of COVID-19 on an entire educational establishment by school, classroom, year or department in real-time and for forward planning
Ensuring education continues and does so safely is extremely important for our nations future. Regular testing to create safe environments is of paramount importance to achieve this.
Nick Dyne – CEO, Caircraft
Testing support for teachers, pupils and households for an all round safe learning environment and extended home life
Empower parents and students to privately share their symptoms and test results with their school to create a proactive layer of protective visibility to mitigate the risk of outbreaks
Enable access to tests when needed for teachers, students and their households, whether for screening purposes, protecting high risk people or when someone is showing symptoms
Create class and household bubbles to immediately identify potentially exposed students, teachers and parents in the event of a positive case being identified within the school or home
We live connected lives where we interact with friends, colleagues and family. By creating technology capable of mimicking the behaviour of the virus, by connecting those around us, we can keep them safe,
Matt Darwin – CIO, Synoptic
Rapid risk mitigation for students and teachers without compromising personal security or privacy
GDPR compliant and ISO27001 certified, Reactivate creates secure private environments within trusted organisations
Privacy settings are managed by the user to ensure they are in full control of what they share
Each educational establishment owns and controls their own data, Reactivate simply enables them to understand risk and provide the toolset and ability to manage protective actions in real-time
We are all affected by the pandemic in one way or another. We can all help each other overcome the pandemic together. Reactivate will enable us to connect and care to overcome the array of challenges we all face.
Glen Huxley – CTO, Synoptic
Testing options to cover low cost COVID-19 screening, antibody detection tests and lab based PCR tests to verify current infections
Rapid Antigen Tests
PCR Swab Tests
We work with a range of partners in the COVID-19 testing sector, from PHE Certified labs across the UK to sourcing experts who supply certified tests to both the public and private sector. Tests provisioned by our partners are sourced and delivered specifically outside of the Government supply chain to avoid disruption to national efforts, whilst enhancing capacity across the commercial sector.
Every member of your organisation will be sent a text with a link via which you can download the app on your phone. If you have more than one phone, install the app on the one you use most often and carry this with you at all times.
A child or staff member has tested positive. What should the school tell parents?Ra2020-10-26T19:00:05+00:00
Schools have no obligation to inform parents of a positive case in the school. However, in the interests of open communication, schools may wish to inform parents when there is a case, being careful to maintain confidentiality and not give information that may identify the individual concerned.
Parents can be reassured that people who are not identified as close contacts are at no more risk than the general public. Everyone should be following the public health guidance to wash your hands, keep your distance and stay at home if you have a fever, new continuous cough or loss of, or change to, normal sense of smell or taste.
What is a close contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19?Ra2020-11-02T13:27:27+00:00
Tests sourced to support our testing programmes have to satisfy rigorous efficacy/ accuracy/ reliability standards.
PCR tests are considered the gold standard of testing and typically offer the highest levels of sensitivity/specificity (up to 99.9+% infection detection accuracy at 6 days viral ‘load’. The Circular1 Health testing process involving both LAMP and PCR in series is currently operating at 99.995% specificity and 100% sensitivity.
Antigen tests recommended to support Pillar 5 testing must meet minimum efficacy/accuracy standards, defined as 98% specificity/90% sensitivity. For example, a self-contained, sample collection device using lateral flow chromatographic immunoassay administered via nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal (nose and throat) samples, and one of the world’s first rapid antigen tests, offers 98.7% specificity/sensitivity in infection detection. This test delivers results in just 15 minutes, on the spot, via a portable immunoassay device.
Antibody tests – The Virtus quantitative antibody test is the best validated and most sensitive commercially available antibody test. It is the only laboratory antibody test registered at the MHRA for use via home/work/school finger prick blood sampling. All other UK testing labs require venous blood drawn by a nurse/phlebotomist. The Virtus test is unique as the only test that has been validated in community Covid cases (as opposed to severe hospitalised cases). The Virtus test sensitivity, when compared to the Abbott test, was 87% vs 68% respectively and when compared to the Roche test 91% vs 69%. Quantitative testing permits the measurement of antibody levels over time to monitor change. The Virtus test results correlate very closely with neutralising (blocking the virus from entering and infecting cells) antibody levels, so it is highly likely that people with a positive Virtus antibody test are protected against getting Covid. Such people will not need regular swab testing to identify asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection and silent spreaders, until such time as they have become antibody negative.
How are tests deployed?Ra2020-10-26T19:01:36+00:00
Tests may be deployed at home and in the workplace.
Quantitative antibody tests are performed using a testing kit on finger-prick blood samples taken at home or at work. Each kit contains a pre-paid return envelope for delivery to the lab within 24hrs. Results are returned typically next day via the App.
LAMP/PCR tests will be performed on nasal /throat swabs which can be despatched to individuals by post or stored in bulk onsite to administer (as each programme determines). PCR samples will be despatched by courier/post to prescribed laboratories for analysis and result notification within prescribed turnaround times (typically 24 hours).
If someone is tested positive does the testing facility report to the authorities to start the formal follow-up?Ra2020-10-26T19:04:02+00:00