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Federal guidance requires health plans to provide testing at no cost to everyone they cover.
 
 

 

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Factors such as the volume of tests being processed or the distance the test is The fastest way to receive your COVID PCR test results is online by. Where can I get my COVID test result? How do I receive an activation code? How do I best request an activation code for a paid PCR test?

 
 

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Everyone who tests should update their university contact information using the following resources:. UIC contact tracing will be in touch with anyone who receives a positive saliva test or submits a positive test result within hours of their result or submission of their results online, respectively. UIC contact tracing will inform these individuals when it is acceptable for them to leave isolation. A key component of contact tracing is to obtain a list of persons who may have been exposed to infected individuals.

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Ontario is directly procuring additional rapid antigen tests, in addition to receiving rapid antigen tests from the federal government, to ensure sufficient provincial supply. Rapid antigen tests continue to be available through the Provincial Antigen Screening Program for any organization that is open and that has employees working on-site.

Rapid antigen tests are also being provided to students and staff in public elementary and secondary schools, along with children and staff in child care settings. Since February 9, , rapid antigen tests have been available for free through more than 3, participating grocery and pharmacy locations and targeted distribution to high priority communities through High Priority Community lead agencies and community-based primary care sites. Rapid antigen tests at these locations will continue to be available until at least July Learn more about rapid testing for at-home use.

Access free rapid antigen tests at participating retailers. For both methods, a health care professional or other trained individual will collect a sample by swabbing your nose or throat. Samples may also be self-collected if using a PCR self-collection kit. Samples taken for PCR testing must be sent to a lab and results will generally be available a few days later.

Samples taken during rapid molecular testing do not need to be sent to a lab and results are generally available the same day. Public health units across the province also use them to help detect positive cases more quickly.

For example, rapid molecular testing may be used in early outbreak investigations and testing campaigns for vulnerable populations, like people who are homeless or people living in congregate settings. Publicly funded PCR testing is available to eligible individuals at clinical assessment centres, non-clinical assessment centres testing only , participating community labs and participating pharmacies across Ontario. Some testing locations may also have PCR self-collection kits available, which allow you to collect the sample on your own under supervision on-site or by yourself at home , then return it to the testing location for processing by a lab.

Find a testing location. Screening tests are recurring tests of people without symptoms in certain high-risk workplaces. Depending on your vaccination status and infection history, you may need to quarantine stay home from high-risk settings.

Read about when and how to quarantine. Know your status so you can avoid infecting others. Check with a medical provider to see if you are eligible for treatment as soon as possible. Do not wait for symptoms to get worse — early treatment is best. You will need to isolate stay home and avoid others until the threat of infecting other people has passed.

Read about how to isolate. Notify people you have been in contact with so they can get tested, too. Federal guidance requires health plans to provide testing at no cost to everyone they cover. You do not need to get permission from your health plan or health insurer before going to get a COVID test. The Government of Saskatchewan does not warrant the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information translated by this system.

Some files or items cannot be translated, including graphs, photos and other file formats such as portable document formats PDFs. Any person or entities that rely on information obtained from the system does so at his or her own risk. Government of Saskatchewan is not responsible for any damage or issues that may possibly result from using translated website content. PCR testing is now available only to priority population by calling Healthline Those deemed eligible will be quickly informed of both their positive and negative COVID lab test results through text message or voice call message notifications.

Positive results via PCR testing are followed up with a phone call by public health teams with direction for isolation and symptom monitoring. Factors such as the volume of tests being processed or the distance the test is transported may affect the length of time it takes to complete the test and notify the patient. Positive and negative PCR test results may also delivered by text message if an individual provides consent.