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COVID-19 Community Screening/Testing Sites

Screening and testing is ONLY for:

Public health officials are expanding testing criteria to include the following groups of people at risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19 and who are showing respiratory symptoms:

-health-care workers; and
-individuals who live/work in a remote or isolated community or a group setting, such as a correctional facility, shelter, long- term care or residential facility, or a remote work camp.

These new groups are in addition to the following:

-people who are ill and have recently returned (in the last 14 days) from travel outside Manitoba OR
-who are ill and have had direct contact with individuals who have a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19 within 14 days before onset of illness.

Please self-screen to confirm you are a candidate for testing before you come to the testing site.

Use the online screening tool or call 1-877-308-9038.


Staff at the screening/testing site will screen for individuals who specifically meet the criteria and will not administer testing if criteria are not met. There is currently a limited supply of COVID-19 tests and limited resources to determine test results. Health care staff are being directed to test only people who meet the criteria outlined above.


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




Drive-up testing site in Eriksdale - this site will be CLOSED for one day onApril 10

 eriksdale testing site


Drive-up testing site in Powerview-Pine Falls - this site will be CLOSED for one day on April 10

pine falls testing site


Drive-through testing site in Selkirk 

 selkirk testing site

What does "drive up" mean?
People with symptoms will be expected to remain in their cars unless directed otherwise. They may be asked to enter the facility for testing if they meet screening requirements.

What does "drive through" mean?

People with symptoms 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.

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