By Steve DineenESPN Staff Writer The National RSPAC has announced that it will allow people with a Mac virus infection to test for it during the Mac Virus Scan, which runs from Tuesday, November 16 through Friday, November 21.
The virus test is a simple, cost-free process that uses a smartphone app that lets people with Mac OS X and Windows 10 infected devices test for the virus.
The test is only available to those who have tested and are positive, and if the person is not tested, they will remain infected.
The National RspAC has released a guide for people who want to test.
It is available on the website of the National RSC, as well as in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Here’s what you need to know.1.
If you are not already tested, you will need to have tested.
Anyone who tests positive will have to do so within 24 hours, or they will be considered positive.2.
If the test fails to detect the virus, the person will need another test.
The person must wait at least one week before the new test is administered.
The next test should take place on Monday, November 20.
The tests should be conducted every other week.3.
People who have previously tested for the Mac virus should be prepared to wait a week for another test if they do not receive a positive result.
If they do, they must wait a further two weeks before the next test is conducted.4.
If no test results are received within three weeks, the individual will have been positive for the mac virus.
If so, they should be considered to be positive.5.
If tests show that a person is infected with the mac, they can begin to recover from the infection, though some people may require treatment for a while.6.
The Mac virus scan will cost $20 per person, and the fee is waived if they have tested positive before and have no symptoms.
The National Health Service (NHS) and National Cancer Institute (NCI) are also part of the consortium that provides the Mac test.7.
If someone is found to have been infected, they may not receive the tests they need.
The NHS and NCI have partnered to offer free testing.8.
Macs with virus infection are expected to be found by the end of November.
The first test results will be available on Wednesday, November 18, and for those testing positive on Tuesday, December 5.9.
If people are not tested and remain infected, those who test positive will need an additional test within a week.
The results will then be shared with the affected person and their family.
The additional test should not take more than two weeks.10.
The RSPACE is still accepting applications for the tests, and there are currently more than 15,000 tests for Macs in operation.