All Albertans have a responsibility to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. There are steps you can take to protect yourself and others.
If you have any other questions about COVID-19, please visit AHS.ca/COVID.
People who travel to Canada by air, regardless of citizenship, need to follow testing and quarantine requirements to keep Canadians safe.
Starting July 5, 2021, there will be some exemptions for people eligible to enter Canada, who also meet specific conditions for fully vaccinated travellers.
You may qualify for certain exemptions to quarantine and testing requirements if you:
Those who meet the requirements may be exempt from:
If you proceed with this option, you will leave this website and be taken to the Government of Canada website.
Because you may need to speak with a nurse about your symptoms, please call 811.
Any of the following would be considered an exposure:
They may have provided you with an Outbreak or EI Number, but this is not required to book a COVID-19 test.
*You are considered a healthcare worker if you work in the following settings:
All Albertans have a responsibility to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
For a fee of $150 per test, travelers can be tested by appointment only and receive results that are valid within 72 hours of the arrival time at their destination. Tests must be booked at least 24 hours before departure.
DynaLIFE clients will be able to book an appointment at their nearest available location in Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, Grande Prairie and Fort McMurray. You may have to travel outside your community to be tested, depending on testing centre availability and your departure time.
If you have questions or feedback regarding testing at DynaLIFE, please call 1-800-661-9876
If you proceed with this option, you will leave this website and be taken to the DynaLIFE website.
These tests require confirmation.
AHS, APL and Covenant Health employees must continue to follow the current fit for work requirements.
Those who are not fully immunized are recommended to avoid high-risk locations such as continuing care and crowded indoor spaces if they have been in contact with a case in the past 14 days.