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Test Check-In

Learn how test check-in as a CheckIn User works

Written by C19T Service
Updated over a week ago

November, 9th 2021

Before Test Check-In

After you received the Starterpackage and defined the roles through ID-Cards, we can now focus on QR-Code Labels. CheckIn User (or another person) will stick one of them on the testkit and one on the test tube. This step can be done right before or during Test Check-In.

Test Check-In

User: CheckIn User

Role: Scan permissions

You get an ID-Card with the authorization CheckIn User from your Admin User, either named as CheckIn User 1,2 or 3 or personalized with your name.

Step 1: Scan ID-Card

Scan QR-Code on ID-Card and enter the PIN. The PIN must be changed, after entering it for the first time. If the PIN is lost, the Admin User can create a new identity. No registration is required. Once you have been logged in, you can change the login method (sign in with Microsoft) under your profile.

Step 2: Scan appointment confirmation

Go to Check-In in the menu and scan the appointment confirmation. If Test Check-In has already been carried out "Check-In already performed!" appears.

If the person to be tested has forgotten its appointment confirmation or its mobile phone the QR Code of the appointment confirmation can be displayed as follows:

Print appointment confirmation with eTermin

2a. Log into your eTermin account

2b. In your calender choose the person to be tested, right-click on the appointment and choose print

2c. Scan the appointment confirmation as explained in Step 2

Step 3: Correct Data & Check Identity

Please verify the data and provide correct data if necessary.

Compare the shown identity with an ID & confirm this by selecting the type of ID (identity card, passport, driver license, other).

Step 4: Scan QR-Code

Scan QR-Code on prepared testkit. After a successful scan you will see the QR code used.

Person to be tested can go to test execution.

For tests that are evaluated in the laboratory (e.g. PCR tests), labels can be created with the data of the person to be tested, which can be stuck on the laboratory form. Read more here.

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