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Testing is available for those who have COVID-19 symptoms and those who have been sent for testing by their primary care provider ( physician or nurse practitioner) or Public Health.
Please note, we do not provide testing to asymptomatic individuals including pre-travel or employer requirements. If you are unsure if you qualify for testing, contact your family physician, health care provider, 8-1-1, or use the
BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool
Each individual will require their own booking.
Testing for COVID-19 contacts
You need a COVID-19 test if:
You are a contact of someone who tested positive for COVID-19
You have 1 or more of any of the symptoms listed below
A contact is someone who had face-to-face interaction with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. Some examples of a contact
A partner or family member
Someone you live with
Someone you had close social contact with
Someone you work closely with
To be considered a contact, you would have spent more than 15 minutes with this person, from 48 hours before they developed symptoms
to 10 days after. You may have interacted without the use of physical distancing or physical barriers. Symptoms that require testing
For people who do not know if they had a contact with someone with COVID-19, you need a COVID-19 test if you have
new or worsening symptoms.
If you have
of these key symptoms, seek testing as soon as possible: 1 or more
Fever or chills
Loss of sense of smell or taste
If you have
of the symptoms below for more than 24 hours, and they are not related to any other pre-existing conditions, seek testing. 2 or more
These symptoms are:
Loss of appetite
Extreme fatigue or tiredness
Nausea or vomiting
If you have only one of these symptoms, or a symptom that is not on this list and you are able to manage the symptoms at home, stay
home until you feel better. If you have any questions, or the symptoms don’t go away contact your health care provider or call 8-1-1.
, even if it’s not related to COVID-19. should continue to seek care for other medical conditions as needed
Children have similar
but milder symptoms to adults.