At Haven Testing, we arm you with accurate and reliable information about your family’s health – our rapid at-home 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 in the comfort and safety of your own home allows you to test comfortably - which is especially important for children - and in the case of a positive result, 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
The Rapid Response COVID-19 Antigen Test
In the News
As Ontario reopens, and we can finally start seeing friends and family again, antigen tests can give you peace of mind.
JULY 16, 2021 | Waterloo Region reporting COVID-19 outbreaks at two day camps. CTV reports that outbreaks affect children not eligible for vaccination.
JULY 12, 2021 | Guelph Mom uses rapid antigen test to determine that partially vaccinated son has COVID. Global News reports the story of one Guelph mom whose son contracted COVID in their own home.
JULY 9, 2021 | Virus antibodies are no match for Delta variant, study shows. The National Post reports that the India (also known as Delta) variant is four times better able to overcome the protection normally offered by a previous infection.
* The BTNX Rapid Response COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test Device has been authorized by Health Canada under interim order for point-of-care testing (tests administered by a healthcare professional). On March 19 2021, 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.