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Get Tested for COVID‑19

The Manitoba government has partnered with Dynacare to increase capacity for COVID‑19 tests at sites across the province, including mobile testing units.

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Who Should Get Tested?

The Manitoba government sets guidelines for who should be tested for COVID‑19.

Take the online self-assessment at to find out if you should be tested.

If it is recommended that you be tested, immediately self-isolate until you have your results.

Generally speaking, if you do not have any symptoms of COVID‑19, you should not be tested.

Find a COVID-19 Testing Centre Near You

These locations test for COVID-19 only. Regular medical lab tests are not available at these sites. If you require regular medical tests, please visit a Dynacare Laboratory and Health Services Centre.

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For collection options for specialized diagnostic tests including Harmony, Genecept, and Color, please contact us at 888.988.1888 (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. EST).
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    COVID-19 WPG–Portage Ave.
    1181 Portage Ave.
    Winnipeg, MB
    Mobile Unit - Walk in - Appointments recommended.
    To book appointment, please click here.
    Emergency hours: Closed
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    COVID-19 WPG-Nairn Ave.
    1066 Nairn Ave.
    Winnipeg, MB
    Drive-through. Entrance off Keenleyside St.
    Emergency hours: Closed
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    COVID-19 Brandon
    1175 18th St.
    Brandon, MB
    Drive-up location. Back entrance, door # 14. Appointments recommended.
    To book appointment, please click here.
    Emergency hours: Closed

For more information on where to get tested, please click here.

To learn how to book an appointment, please click here.

Access Your Results

Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 are contacted directly by public health. Healthcare workers who test positive for COVID-19 will be contacted by Occupational Health. Turnaround time for test completion ranges from 24 to 48 hours after a specimen arrives at the lab.

To obtain your results online, visit covid19/test-results. You will need to provide information from your Manitoba health card to verify your identity.