Before you get a self-test at AU, you need to download the Kviktest app.
From now on, you will need to use the Kviktest app in connection with supervised self-testing at AU.
Starting Wednesday 28 April you will need to use the Kviktest app when you take a supervised self-test at AU. The app will allow you to register your test result quickly and securely on your own smartphone. Supervisors at the test sites will assist you in using the app.
You can download the Kviktest app (in English) from App store or Google Play Store, and you can watch this video (in Danish) to learn how to create a user profile (NOTE: You will only need to do this the first time you use the app.):
- AT TEST SITES IN AARHUS, it will still be possible to use your yellow national health insurance card instead of the app until Tuesday 4 May to register your results, which is the solution that has been used in the start-up phase at test sites in Aarhus. After this, it will only be possible to get tested at self-testing sites in Aarhus with the Kviktest app.
- AT TEST SITES IN FOULUM, FLAKKEBJERG, ROSKILDE, EMDRUP AND HERNING, it will only be possible to get tested at self-testing sites with the Kviktest app.
IMPORTANT: Always check AU’s supervised self-testing website before visiting any of AU’s 10 testing sites for the latest information. Any changes in opening hours, etc. will be posted on the site.
About the Kviktest app
The Kviktest app was developed by Copenhagen Medical, the supplier of the rapid test solution being used by Aarhus University. The app protects your personal data and also helps the test queues move more smoothly and quickly, which saves time for students and staff. In addition, the app makes it easy to increase testing capacity if necessary as more students and staff return to campus.