COVID-19 PCR Test For Travel

COVID-19 PCR Test For Travel 

Throughout the pandemic, it has become quite common to need a negative COVID-19 test to travel both domestically in the United States and internationally. Our Lakeview Doctors After Hours clinic in New Orleans is now offering COVID PCR tests for travel. We offer fast and reliable results between 24 and 48 hours with this testing option. All of our travel COVID tests include your basic information, passport information, and a certificate from our lab. 

Before beginning your journey, make sure that you know your COVID-19 status. It is important that we limit the spread of the virus, especially as new and unknown variant strains are emerging. If you have recently been exposed to the virus or begin experiencing symptoms, please schedule a regular COVID viral test and avoid traveling.

Travel COVID Test Near Me 

Our Lakeview Doctors After Hours location is the premium provider of travel COVID testing in the New Orleans area.

Address: 101 W. Robert E. Lee Blvd Suite 100, New Orleans, LA 70124

Phone: (504) 288-3456

Hours: Monday-Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Before Your Appointment 

Prior to arriving at your travel test, please double-check with your airline carrier and destination for your travel requirements. Not all tests are accepted for travel purposes. Additionally, please fill out the proper paperwork before arriving for your COVID test. Let your medical professional know if you have tested positive for the virus recently.

Frequently Asked Questions 

At this time, all of our travel tests are self-pay only. 

The results of our travel tests are delivered much quicker than the typical PCR COVID test, which may take up to 72 hours. This means that you can travel with peace of mind that your test results will be delivered in time and with accuracy. Many travel destinations require a negative COVID test, and our tests come with clear identification making them easy to travel with. We accept self-pay and credit card payment options for this testing option.

As new research emerges about the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to stay informed. We recommend that all of our patients reference the CDC website regularly for the most up-to-date guidelines.

Other great resources include the World Health Organization