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COVID-19 Community Screening/Testing Sites

An appointment is NOT REQUIRED to attend any of our COVID-19 testing sites. However, at our Selkirk site only, we recommend making an appointment.

Scroll down for locations, regular hours, and other info.

Are you seeking testing for PRE-TRAVEL?

Individuals without symptoms who require a test for the purpose of pre-travel continue to be advised to seek testing at a private facility. For information on where to access testing for outbound travel, please visit: Read more. 

Manitoba COVID-19 testing sites are designed to offer testing to individuals who are experiencing symptoms or who have been identified as a close contact by public health officials. Testing is also recommended for arriving and returning travellers whether or not they have symptoms.

Individuals without symptoms of COVID-19, including those fully immunized, travelling to or returning to, a First Nations or Indigenous and Northern Relations community can seek testing within three days of travel at no cost. 

Please attend our sites wearing your non-medical mask. You may be provided with medical mask to be worn at all times while in our facilities. A mask is required regardless if you have been vaccinated for COVID-19.


Watch a short video that explains what to expect if you come for testing at one of our COVID-19 testing sites

Confirm testing site status

Please call 1-855-347-8500 and press #1 prior to making the drive to confirm testing site hours in the event of inclement weather or unplanned changes.

In the event that testing site services are not open or available, anyone who is symptomatic and requires testing should self-isolate and present to a testing site when it next opens. If symptoms are severe, visit your nearest emergency department.

Seeking testing but you're not from Manitoba?

If you don’t reside within Manitoba but would like to get tested, please provide the health card from your province of residence or, if you live out of country, please provide your health insurer’s name and your policy registration number. If you don’t have this information, please contact your provincial health agency or insurance agency to secure it prior to visiting the testing site.

Travelers now require COVID-19 testing

Returning to or visiting Manitoba: All international travellers must be tested for COVID-19 immediately upon arrival in Manitoba, regardless if they are displaying symptoms, and whether they are visiting Manitoba or are returning from out of the country. They should make an appointment with a provincial testing site or visit a drive-thru test site, and indicate at the time of testing that they have been out of the country and share the location of travel. They should also be tested again after seven days, even if still asymptomatic. International travellers need to observe the full 14-day self-isolation period regardless of symptoms and test results. Re-testing is advised if an asymptomatic individual develops symptoms at any point, unless the individual had already tested positive. Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 and have had close contact to an international traveller should identify this contact to public health during the public health investigation and follow-up. 
Departing Manitoba: For individuals requiring COVID-19 PCR test results for travel purposes please visit a testing site established specifically to meet the needs of travellers. 

Register to receive your test results online. You can print the results from this sitethe online You can obtain your test results one of two ways, and it takes approximately 3-4 days:◦Register as a user or login at the COVID-19 Online Result Display; print off your test results (*you need a Manitoba Health Card number for this option)
◦Retrieve your results by phone: COVID-19 results are available by phone seven days a week between 9:00am and 5:00pm. Call the Public Health COVID-19 Contact Centre 1-844-960-1984. You will be asked to provide information from your Manitoba Health Registration Card to verify your identity (*or other identifiers, if you do not have a Manitoba Health card). When you call for your results, let them know of your need for a printed copy for travel purposes and they should be able to do this

•If these options do not work, you can:◦Follow up with the provider who ordered the test
◦Go to a walk in clinic and request that a physician access and print the results for you from e-chart
◦For existing clients of WRHA Travel Health & Tropical Medicine Services Clinic ONLY: we could access your results electronically and print them off for you, but there would be a charge of $25 for this request.

•Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 are contacted directly by Public Health for follow up
•Health Care Workers who test positive for COVID-19 will be contacted by Occupational Health

Testing site details 

Please note that none of our testing sites offer access to washrooms. A non-medical mask is required at all sites.

What does "drive through" mean?

People will be expected to remain in their cars unless directed otherwise. Testing typically requires a swab of the inside of the nose - this is a test that can be administered by a health care provider while an individual remains seated in their car.

Testing is available at the sites below. You can download a one-page PDF with information about all three fixed sites HERE.

ARBORG (Drive-thru service)

323 Sunset Blvd, Arborg (at the MPI building)

Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, and Sun - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tues and Thurs - noon to 8 p.m.

This drive-through site is managed by Dynacare - click for details



ERIKSDALE (Drive-up service) 


New Eriksdale Testing Site Map

POWERVIEW-PINE FALLS (Drive-thru service)

Pine Falls testing site map

SELKIRK (Appointment-based walk-in service)

Book an appointment at or by calling 1-855-268-4318.

 New Selkirk Site

Getting your test results

Test results typically take 24 to 48 hours to be processed after they are received at the laboratory. The Shared Health COVID-19 Online Results Display provides Manitobans with secure access to their COVID-19 test result. Individuals with a valid Manitoba Health Registration Card are able to securely access their COVID-19 test results online from their computer or mobile device.

If you do not have a Manitoba Health Family Registration Card, are not a resident of Manitoba, or you are unable to access your test results, you can call the COVID Line at Health Links – Info Santé at 204-788-8200 or toll free at 1-888-315-9257.


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