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What Are The Next Steps?
After receiving positive COVID-19 test results, either by Rapid Antigen Test or RT-PCR test, you know you have to isolate until you are better, but what are the next steps to get back to your personal and professional lives?
COVID Travel Test can provide you with the next steps. We offer a service called Letter Of Recovery, in which you are assessed by our on-staff Healthcare professional. Should the assessment indicate that you have recovered from COVID-19, we will issue you a Letter of Recovery stating just that. If you've had a positive test, and have recovered from COVID-19, this is just the documentation you'll need to reintegrate into your personal and professional lives.
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Frequently Asked Questions
See some frequently asked questions below. If you don't find the answer to your question, get in touch with us and a member of our team will help you.
- What are the requirements to receive a Letter Of Recovery?
To receive a Letter Of Recovery, you must have had:
- At least one positive Rapid Antigen or RT-PCR Test for COVID-19. (not applicable for at-home tests)
- You must have also isolated the appropriate length of time per your vaccination status:
- 5 days if vaccinated 2 doses, or 2 doses plus a booster; 10 days if unvaccinated.
- You must be improving 24 hrs before ending the isolation;
- If at day 5 symptoms appear they must be non-symptomatic for 10 days before you can retest.
- How much will an assessment for a Letter Of Recovery cost?
COVID-19 Letter Of Recovery assessments are not covered by OHIP and are available at a cost of $85 (tax included) per person.
- After testing positive for COVID-19, when can I be assessed to receive a Letter Of Recovery?
The certificate can be issued at the earliest on the 11th day after the initial positive coronavirus test and is based on either a previously confirmed COVID-19 infection or a positive Rapid Antigen or RT-PCR test.
ATTENTION: Each country has different requirements as to when the recovery assessment and test would need to be done. Each patient is responsible for understanding the requirements around retesting if they are looking to leave Canada.
- I tested positive for COVID-19 with an at-home Rapid Test. Can I use this as my first positive Test?
No, at-home tests are not admissable for Letters of Recovery.
As noted in the labeling for authorized over-the-counter antigen tests: Negative results should be treated as presumptive. Negative results do not rule out SARS-CoV-2 infection and should not be used as the sole basis for treatment or patient management decisions, including infection control decisions.
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- When will I receive my Letter Of Recovery?
After consultation and clearance from our Healthcare professional, we can email your certificate that day, or it can be printed off and given to you as you leave.