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Reporting rapid test results

If you have had a rapid test, it is important to report the results.

How to report test results

You must complete the self-reporting form for each rapid test performed, regardless of whether the result is positive or negative. Invalid results should not be reported.

If you tested positive on a rapid testing, and, following this rapid testing, you tested positive on a PCR testing, you must report your rapid testing result on the self-reporting platform.

Click the following button to access the self-reporting platform:

Report test results

Once in the platform, you will be prompted to provide some identifying information, including:

  • First and last name
  • Date of birth
  • Health insurance number

To confirm your identity and protect your personal information, you will also be asked to select the email address or mobile phone number you provided at the time of vaccination to receive the download link.

Reporting someone else’s test results

  • You can enter your child’s rapid test results on the platform.
  • You may also report rapid test results for other people if you are their authorized legal representative.

For support on reporting rapid test results, contact Services Québec at 1-877-644-4545

Why report rapid test results

Given the fact that testing centres are currently reserved strictly for certain priority groups and the number of known cases is therefore underestimated, reporting rapid test results will help authorities:

  • Better assess the evolving epidemiological situation in the community;
  • Track the use of the rapid tests and their results in all regions.

The rapid test results reported are used for statistical purposes only to track the use of these tests. The results you report will not be recorded in your proof of vaccination. They will not change the protection status of your vaccine passport. So if you report a positive result, your vaccination status will not be changed.

For more information on COVID-19 vaccination, see the COVID-19 Vaccination section of the website.

Last update: February 3, 2022


Information on the website in no way replaces the opinion of a health professional. If you have questions concerning your health status, consult a professional.


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