Med Care Clinics Covid 19 Testing
Rapid Antigen Testing for
School, Work & Travel Results in 15-Minutes

At MedCare Clinics, we provide accurate and reliable information about your
family’s health. Put control back into your hands with our Rapid Antigen Tests
that give you results in 15 minutes.

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You should get the Rapid Antigen Test when:

Med Care Clinics Covid 19 Testing
Med Care Clinics Covid 19 Testing
Your non-vaccinated or vaccinated child is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
Med Care Clinics Covid 19 Testing
You think that you have been exposed to the coronavirus.
Med Care Clinics Covid 19 Testing
You are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
Med Care Clinics Covid 19 Testing
Your employer asks you to get tested for safety protocol purposes.
Med Care Clinics Covid 19 Testing
You are required to meet someone with a compromised immune system.
Med Care Clinics Covid 19 Testing
You are taking care of someone with a compromised immune system.
Med Care Clinics Covid 19 Testing
You have been notified by your public health unit or the COVID-19 alert app to get tested.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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NOTICE: Starting 30 October 2021, all travellers who depart from Canadian airports or travel on VIA Rail and Rocky Mountaineer trains, will need to qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller. This mandatory guideline will also apply to cruise ships travellers once the cruise season commences in 2022.

The sample will be collected by one of our clinic physicians using deep nasal swabbing.

As per Public Health Ontario’s guidelines, antigen testing during Step 2 of reopening should be done 2-3 times per week, and 1-2 times a week during Step 3 of reopening. This frequency of testing will help in identifying the virus in asymptomatic individuals.

You will receive your results in approximately 15 minutes.

If your test results come back positive you will be required to take all necessary health measures and restrictions as per the Public Health Ontario COVID-19 protocols which include staying at home and self isolating. You should seek a PCR test as soon as possible to confirm your diagnosis.

If your test results come back negative, you should continue to follow all public health measures such as physical distancing, wearing a mask, and washing your hands. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 later, stay home, isolate, and get tested.

Your quarantine measures should include:

  • Not having any visitors unless it is essential, such as a care provider.
  • Avoiding contact with others as much as possible.
  • Keeping a 2 metre (six feet) distance from others in your home.
  • Wearing a mask if you are in the same room as others in your home.
  • Not sharing any personal items.
  • Cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces often.
  • Washing your hands frequently.
  • Coughing or sneezing into your upper sleeve, elbow, or a tissue and not into your hands.

The Rapid Antigen Testing has a test sensitivity of 90% when compared to a PCR test.

Yes. The antigen-based tests will work since they are targeting the N antigen of the virus. And so far, the N antigen remains conserved in these variants.