Get a COVID-19 PCR test result

You can use this service to get the result of a COVID-19 test if:

  • your test was collected in the Yukon; and
  • you have a have a Yukon health care card.

Most people get a result within 3 to 5 days.

If you don't have a Yukon health care card

If you have a Canadian health care card from another province or territory, use this test-result service.

Types of results this service provides

This service provides 3 types of results.

  • Negative. This means the test did not find the virus that causes COVID-19. After the test, there may be a change, such as more virus in the body or a new infection.
  • Positive. This means the test found the virus that causes COVID-19.
  • Not ready. This means the result is not yet available.

If your result is positive, follow this guidance. In certain outbreak situations, staff from Yukon Communicable Disease Control may contact you with instructions. These could include when you can stop isolating.

Read about understanding your test results.

If you need medical advice about your symptoms, phone 811 HealthLine.

Before you start

You need a Yukon health care card. If you do not have a Yukon health care card you will not be able to access this service.

Other ways to get a result

If you did a test in Whitehorse

If you cannot access your result online within 3 days after your test, contact the health care provider where you had the test done.

You did a test in rural Yukon

If you have not received your result in the timeline discussed when you were tested, contact your local:

  • community health centre; or
  • medical clinic

You’re having trouble getting your results

You may not be able to get your result online or from your health care provider. You can phone Yukon Communicable Disease Control 867-667-8323 or toll free in the Yukon 1-800-661-0408, extension 8323.

A note about privacy

Information contained in this online form is collected, used and disclosed in accordance with Government of Yukon’s Health Information Privacy and Management Act and other applicable laws. Read about how we protect your health information.