Need rapid tests for your business?

In partnership with the Province of Manitoba, The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce is re-launching the Rapid Test Program to provide Manitoba businesses with COVID-19 rapid test antigen kits. Rapid test kits are being provided at no charge to eligible* organizations subject to availability and limitations; however, a transportation fee will be added during the ordering process.

Please note: Tests may take 7-10 business days to arrive. If you are symptomatic and need immediate testing, or if your business does not fall under the above eligibility criteria, CLICK HERE to find a COVID-19 testing site

*Eligibility for rapid tests:

  1. Businesses with a vaccine mandate AND who have unvaccinated employees who are required to be on-site.
  2. Businesses that fall into an essential service category as determined by the Province** with symptomatic employees who are required to be on-site.

**The Province of Manitoba has determined program eligibility for businesses and work functions defined under Canada’s National Strategy for Critical Infrastructure.

Businesses will be supplied on a prioritized basis according to available supply.


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