SARS-CoV-2 tests SONAR -tests for students returning to the dormitory after the holiday break

SONAR:    SARS-CoV-2  tests  – To take part in the study you should:

  • register at (during registration, an individual QR code will be given); -instruction on the website in the “NEWS” tab and on the COVID-19 info board)
  • pick up the tube at the collection point (ul. Skawińska 8, building II of the Department of Internal Medicine of the Jagiellonian University Medical College,
    room next to the entrance to the Laboratory, open on January 7 and 8, 9-12 am;
    if the number of applicants exceeds 100, in the CDK building at ul. Łazarza 16,
    there will be a second point);
  • collect material (saliva) and place in a test tube; IMPORTANT: the test sample tube should be returned to the point where it was collected. -instruction on the website in the “NEWS” tab and on the COVID-19 info board).

The results will be available on the website
on the day the material is submitted for testing.


Start the registration process by visiting

Select the English version of the site (the icon with the flag) and enter “Log in”.

You will see a form to start registration. Change the language in it – in the upper
right corner it will be “Polish”, change it to “English” and start registration.

NOTE: if you will need to provide a PESEL number, enter your passport number.


As, unfortunately, we did not receive the registration instructions in English,
it may help to see the Polish version … sorry …

60 minutes before collecting the saliva sample:

  • Do not eat, drink, no smoking, do not brush or rinse your teeth
  1. Wash and disinfect your hands before taking the sample
  2. Deposit the saliva into the tube to the 2 ml level
  3. Wash your hands
  4. Put the sample bag into the other bag
  5. Bring the collected sample to the Sample Collection Point, at the place
    and time indicated on your individual account in the SONAR system Submit your material individually!

The MediPAN-2G FAST COVID (Medicofarma) molecular tests used in the SONAR program were developed by the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The implementation of the study is supported by a modern IT platform developed by the Institute of Experimental Biology Marceli Nencki PAN and implemented by Teldoc from Białystok.

According to the assumptions, the project will last until the end of February 2021.
It assumes that 500-700 students will be tested, it is possible to test the same person several times.

The SONAR program coordinator at the Jagiellonian University Medical College
is prof. Marek Sanak, to whom any questions and suggestions should be directed –

Data publikacji: 31.12.2020



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