COVID-19 Testing for travel

by Dec 6, 2021

COVID-19 Testing for travel 

With international travel ramping up WiSE is happy to help you get on your way. WiSE has been accredited by the International Airline Transport Association (IATA) to issue travel PCR tests. 

A PCR test looks for fragments of COVID-19 virus in your body and is the most accurate form of testing for coronavirus. This test is what most countries require for you to enter,  and is performed via swab in the nose and throat.

With Airlines and Countries having their own different requirements, it can be confusing for you to know what type of test needs to be conducted along with the time frame it needs to be conducted in. 

Find your country of destination below to know your requirements: 

JapanRT-PCR72 hours before departure from the first embarkation pointDoes Not apply to people under 6
IndiaRT-PCR72 hours before departure from the first embarkation pointDoes Not apply to pax under 5
USART-PCRNo more than 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.Younger than 18
Europe RT-PCRNo more than 72 hours BEFORE ARRIVAL (UK 2 days before departure) Younger than 12
CanadaRT-PCR72 hours before departure from the last direct flight to CanadaYounger than 5
UAERT-PCR72 hours before departure from the first embarkation pointDoes Not apply to pax under 12.
VietnamRT-PRAt most 3 days before departure from  the first embarkation pointAll travellers 

Updated 06/12/2021 

If the destination is not on this list click here

Call the team at WiSE (9216 7676), it is likely there are other requirements that might need to be met before you depart, but we can help you get on your way.

Note: When you arrive ensure that you have the passport that you are travelling with along with your smartphone

Beat the Queue at the airport and download IATA Travel Pass on Android and Apple. This App will allow you to beat the queue at airports around the world and ensure all your documents are kept in one place.

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