LOS ANGELES — PASS has partnered with CLEAR, a new industry testing lab in Miami, to provide the full PASS testing panel.
CLEAR, a new industry testing lab in Miami, has signed with PASS to provide the full PASS testing panel. The CLEAR test panel will be $149 for the standard STI panel, with no additional shipping or draw fees. CLEAR also offers COVID-19 PCR testing for $49 standalone, or $189 if you purchase it along with the STI panel. The lab went online in PASS on July 20.
“We are excited to onboard CLEAR as a new PASS testing partner,” said PASS executive director Ian O’Brien. “In our conversations with them, it has been apparent the specific care and respect they have for our industry, but also that they are highly motivated to deliver innovative and high-quality testing services.”
CLEAR specializes in diagnostic testing for the adult industry. Through its relationship with a large Miami healthcare group and clinical laboratory, it can offer low-cost testing to performers, seven days a week, with results available as early as the same night, but no later than the following morning.
Through their “Win-Win” program, CLEAR is also offering an additional $10 off discount to both FSC and Pineapple Support members. To schedule an appointment with CLEAR, visit GetClrd.com.
“We are excited to open the doors of our brand-new space to industry performers in Miami,” said CLEAR CEO Humberto Buniotto. “Our team has done a lot of listening to build a seamless experience for performers looking to get tested, including scheduling an appointment instead of waiting, extended hours including Sundays, and the ability to receive results the same day in most cases.”
PASS is the adult industry’s testing system for STIs. CLEAR joins TBD Health and Talent Testing Services (TTS) in providing lab services for the adult industry. All testing centers in the PASS network agree to adhere to PASS policies and procedures.
In related news, PASS has recently released preliminary monkeypox health and safety guidelines for adult film production and has advised all adult performers to get vaccinated.