At Haven Testing, we arm you with accurate and reliable information about your family’s health – our rapid antigen tests give you results in 15 minutes to put control back in your hands, so you can keep your loved ones safe.
Getting back to living as Ontario reopens
Rule-out COVID-19: Quickly distinguish between the common cold and COVID-19.
React Promptly: In just 15 minutes, you can have a highly reliable result that allows you to take the necessary precautions to protect your loved ones and community.
Reduce Risk: Testing where and when you need to allows you isolate immediately.
When to use rapid COVID-19 antigen tests
When your non-immunized kids get the sniffles: Keep them on hand so you are always ready to test.
When you are seeing immuno-compromised loved ones: Protecting antibodies become less effective with age so test before visiting grandparents.
When you suspect you have been exposed to the virus: As you expand your bubble and become exposed to new people, test to be sure you are safe.
Reliable results in 15 minutes
- Identifies active symptomatic and asymptomatic infections.
- Provides a quick, pain-free testing experience, even for children.
- Delivers accurate results in 15 minutes.
- Approved for self-administration by Ontario’s Ministry of Health*.
How the test works
In the News
As Ontario reopens, and we are seeing friends and family again, antigen tests can give you peace of mind.
AUGUST 26, 2021 | As Delta Variant Surges, So Does Demand for At-Home Covid-19 Tests. Wall Street Journal Demand for at-home Covid-19 tests has risen sharply in recent weeks as the Delta variant surges across the U.S.
AUGUST 23, 2021 | COVID-19 breakthrough cases signal next phase of Canada’s battle. Globe & Mail Key to the mitigation effort is understanding that while vaccines are essential for protecting against severe illness, they are unable to completely shut down infection and transmission.
AUGUST 16, 2021 | Younger children may be more likely to transmit COVID-19, study says. CTV reports study results: children aged 0 to 3 years had the highest odds of transmission. Children aged 4 to 8 years and 9 to 13 years also had higher odds of transmission than the 14-17 group.
The Rapid Response COVID-19 Antigen Test
* The Ministry of Health in Ontario issued guidance on antigen point-of-care testing that allows for self-swabbing. The self-swabber must consult the self-swabbing training resource developed by Ontario Health.