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Events Can Be A Safe Space
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the rules and regulations surrounding events have been in constant flux, but the constants have centered on the importance of ensuring those attending events with more than 10 people have been properly tested for COVID-19 with negative results.
If you're planning an event and wish to make it easy for those attending to have access to a Rapid Antigen or RT-PCR test, or if you're attending an event and require proof of a negative test result, COVID Travel Test can provide you with your COVID testing needs.
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.
- How many appointments can we book for attendees?
If you're hosting an event and would like to coordinate testing for all of your attendees, we can help.
Get in touch with us by filling out the Group Testing request form, and we'll work with you to schedule the tests you need.
- How much will COVID testing cost?
COVID-19 RT-PCR tests are not covered by OHIP. Our regular RT-PCR test is available at a cost of $165 (tax included) per test and our Expedited RT-PCR test is $200 (tax included) per test.
The COVID -19 Antigen rapid test is also not covered by OHIP and is available at a cost of $40 (tax included) per test.
- What do we need to bring for testing?
At the time of booking, each person being tested will require the following information at their appointment:
- Passport for identification (for each person booked)
- Health Card (for each person booked)
- How close to my event should I get tested?
This would largely be up to the event coordinators to stipulate, but typically we recommend a negative test result within 1-3 days of the event.
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