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COVID-19 screening for travellers by oro/nasopharyngeal RT-PCR

Before choosing a test, traveller departing from Canada have to
  1. Confirm that the test and the type of sampling are approved by the destination country as well as any other country where he has a layover. Details on IATA
  2. Make sure to select a result period that is suitable for the requirements of the destination country (generally between 24h and 72h)
  3. Bring his passport on the day of the appointment
Please note that Biron
  • Does not maintain a list of country requirements (which may change at any time) and for this reason will not provide any advice
  • Does not provide QR codes on result attestations
The Biron advantages
  • Tests approved by Canadian government authorities
  • Attestation of negative test result
  • Receipt for insurance included (check with your insurer for screening coverage)

Are you at the last minute?

Screening at YUL Montreal-Trudeau airport

Screening Clinic located on the mezzanine level of the U.S. departures area, before pre-boarding security check point, at door 11.

Rapid RT-PCR (1h)

  • Test carried out at Montreal-Trudeau airport
  • Result in 1h
  • Oro/nasopharyngeal sampling
  • 275$

At one of our service center

Avoid any surprises on the day of your departure by choosing a screening test a few days in advance at one of our service centers.

Passport required on the day of your appointment

RT-PCR screening (48h)

  • Result in 48h
  • Oro/nasopharyngeal sampling
  • 129$

RT-PCR screening (24h)

  • Result in 24h
  • Oro/nasopharyngeal sampling
  • 175$

Does your destination country require RT-PCR screening with nasal swab? Click here