PCR test appointment
for eligible individuals
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COVID-19 PCR Test
If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 you may be eligible for a FREE government-funded PCR test. Please note that PCR tests for symptomatic patients are NOT performed inside the Pharmacy and must be done by our employee at the parking lot. Alternatively, you can get a self-test kit home and then bring it back to us.
If you have any symptoms of COVID-19
please fill out the form to book an appointment. Please wait until you receive a notification by e-mail to come for your test! Do not call the Pharmacy!
Are you eligible?
The following individuals are eligible to receive pharmacy services related to publicly funded COVID-19 testing:
1. Asymptomatic individuals who are part of these targeted groups:
Workers (including support workers), visitors (including caregivers) and government inspectors of long-term care homes;
Temporary Foreign Workers (TFW), including for the purpose of international travel to return to a country of origin;
Individuals who identify as Indigenous;
Individuals, and one accompanying caregiver, with written prior approval for out-of-country medical services from the General Manager, OHIP;
Individuals who are travelling into remote/isolated First Nation and Indigenous communities for work purposes; and
Individuals who have received a positive antigen point-of-care test (POCT)
2. Symptomatic individuals with any symptom listed in the COVID-19 Reference Document for Symptoms
3. Individuals who have been identified as a high-risk contact of a known COVID-19 case.