STEP 1 - Determine if you qualify for travel clearance
To qualify for a travel clearance, follow the guidelines here for symptomatic or asymptomatic
testing. If you were symptomatic when you took your viral test, we will provide a travel
clearance beginning no sooner than 11 days from the onset of symptoms AND no less than six days
after you tested positive.
If you were and continue to be asymptomatic when you tested positive, we will provide a travel
clearance for travel no less than eight days from the day you tested positive.
STEP 2 - Complete a travel clearance registration and upload your verifiable lab
A verifiable lab report is a lab report for an RT-PCR, LAMP or Rapid antigen test that is authorized
for use in the country where it was purchased or administered. The test must have been administered
by a healthcare provider or it can be self-administered IF taken under video observation with AZOVA’s video proctoring
service. Your lab report must include your first name, last name, date of birth, name and
type of the test, the test result and the administering provider or facility name and laboratory or
test kit manufacturer name OR you can upload a lab report provided by AZOVA’s video proctoring
STEP 3 - If you meet the requirements, you will receive a travel clearance in 24 hours or less
Your registration and lab report will be reviewed and, if you meet the requirements for a travel
clearance, you will receive a travel clearance PDF document signed by an independent telehealth
IF you are requesting a travel clearance for a dependent, first create the account in your name
and then add your dependent on the screen that asks who the patient is.