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  • ✓ Test disponible el mismo día
  • ✓ Emisión de certificado negativo al día siguiente
  • ✓ Recepción hasta las 19:00
  • ✓ 3 minutos a pie desde estación más cercana
  • ✓ Pago con tarjeta de crédito / efectivo

  • ✓ Test disponible el mismo día
  • ✓ Emisión de certificado negativo al día siguiente
  • ✓ Recepción hasta las 19:00
  • ✓ 3 minutos a pie desde estación más cercana
  • ✓ Pago con tarjeta de crédito / efectivo

Hemos emitido certificados negativos válidos para más de 100 países.

Nepal・Indonesia・India・Emiratos Árabes Unidos・Sudáfrica・Estados Unidos・Hawái・Singapur・Corea del Sur・Hong Kong・Vietnam・Italia ・ Colombia・Francia・Senegal・Ruanda・Croacia・Islas Mauricio・Ghana・Australia・Marruecos ・Jordania・Grecia・Camerún・Siria・Arabia Saudi・Ecuador・Myanmar・Tayikistán・Rusia・Mónaco・Nigeria・Uruguay・Perú・Níger

Además, nuestra clínica (T Care Clinic Hamamatsucho) está designada como colaborador oficial como se muestra a continuación

Para hacerse el test en nuestra clínica afiliada

Sólo aquellos que sean asintomáticos y quieran hacerse una prueba de PCR para obtener un certificado negativo o para su tranquilidad pueden hacerse un reconocimiento médico.

Visión general

Tarifas

Test PCR
Emisión de certificado (General)
22,000 JPY (impuestos incluidos)
Test PCR
Emisión de certificado (Hawái)
27,500 JPY (impuestos incluidos)
Test PCR ・ Test de anticuerpos
Emisión de certificado (China)
28,000 JPY (impuestos incluidos)
Test PCR
Sin emisión de certificado
16,500 JPY (impuestos incluidos)
Test de anticuerpos
Sin emisión de certificado
8,800 JPY (impuestos incluidos)
Resultado del test el mismo día*
Sin emisión de certificado
3,300 JPY (impuestos incluidos)

* Hawái no es elegible
* El test debe hacerse antes de las 14:00
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Nuestra clinica afiliada

Clinica T care

Ubicación (Mapa▼)
Edificio G1 planta 2, 2-13-9, Hamamatsu-cho, Minato-ku, Tokio
* A 3 minutos a pie desde la estación Hamamatsucho (Linea Yamanote o linea Keihin-tohoku)

Horario de apertura
9:00h - 19:00h (Todos los dias)

Centro de reservas

0120-939-421 (Teléfono gratuito)
(Todos los dias de 9:00h - 21:00h)
+81-(0)3-6756-0222
(Para llamadas internacionales)

Formulario de contacto (24/7)
Formulario de reservas (24/7)

Horario de apertura

Horario de apertura

* Debe pedir cita con antelación (No se aceptan visitas sin cita previa)
* La última hora disponible para el test de PCR es a las 18:30h

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Plazo de obtención del certificado negativo

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Cómo reservar

Paso.1|Confirmación previa

Paso.1|Confirmación previa

Debe tener un pasaporte válido

*Si desea un test médico para viajar al extranjero, por favor compruebe las normas dependiendo del destino.
*Si tiene una tarjeta de seguro médico, por favor tráigala.

Paso.2|Reserva

Paso.2|Reserva

Por favor rellene el formulario de reserva para comprobar la disponibilidad y haga su reserva.

Coordinaremos la reserva con la clinica y le enviaremos un correo de confirmación.

Paso.3|Pago

Paso.3|Pago

Por favor, proceda con el pago (Tarjeta de crédito/ Efectivo).

Coordinaremos la reserva directamente con la clinica

Recibirá un correo de confirmación con la fecha y la hora en 24 horas.

Paso.4|Rellene el formulario

Paso.4|Rellene el formulario

Después de efectuar el pago, se le enviará un correo electrónico con la dirección URL del cuestionario. Por favor, rellénelo.

* La clínica responderá según la información recibida.

Paso.5|Antes de la cita

Paso.5|Antes de la cita

Tanto para el test de saliva como para la nasofaríngea, está estrictamente prohibido comer, beber, usar pasta de dientes y goma de mascar desde al menos 15 minutos antes.

Paso.6|En la visita

Paso.6|En la visita

Por favor, llegue 5 minutos antes de la hora de la visita.

El test dura unos 10 minutos aproximadamente.

*Por favor, muestre su pasaporte.

Paso.7|Resultados del test

Paso.7|Resultados del test

Si es negativo recibira un certificado negativo en la clínica entre las 17:00h y las 19:00h del día siguiente.

*Por favor, muestre su pasaporte.
*Si es positivo la clínica contactará con usted por teléfono (el certificado no será emitido).

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El proceso del test PCR

1. Recepción

1. Recepción

Presente su pasaporte (y su tarjeta de seguro médico si la posee)

Haremos una fotocopia y se lo devolveremos.

2. Comprobar la temperatura

2. Comprobar la temperatura

Por favor, tome su temperatura con el termómetro.

3. Esperar

3. Esperar

Por favor, tome asiento hasta que el personal le llame.

El personal de recepción le dara los pasos a seguir para el test PCR. Por favor, léalos y siga las instrucciones.

Cuando el personal le llame por favor entre a la sala.

4-A. Test PCR (test de hisopado nasal)

4-A. Test PCR (test de hisopado nasal)

El personal efectuara el test PCR insertando el bastoncillo en la fosa nasal.

Cuando el bastoncillo alcance una profundida igual a la distancia desde la fosa nasal y la apertura externa de la oreja, el personal lo hara girar algunos segundos para retirar la muestra.

Podrá sentir algunas molestias o un ligero dolor en ese momento, pero por favor no se mueva hasta que no hayan terminado.

4-B. Test PCR (test basado en la saliva)

4-B. Test PCR (test basado en la saliva)

El test basado en saliva es un test PCR tomando una muestra de su saliva.

Por favor, confirme que no ha comido, hecho gargaras, utilizado pasta dental o mascado chicle en al menos los últimos 15 minutos.

Cuando este preparado, por favor deposite 2 ml de su saliva en el recipiente que se le ha dado previamente.

5. Fin del test PCR

5. Fin del test PCR

Si su pasaporte y su tarjeta de seguro médico le ha sido devuelto, puede irse tan pronto como termine el test.

Si su pasaporte y su tarjeta de seguro médico no le ha sido devuelto, por favor pregunte en recepción.

6. Resultados del test PCR

6. Resultados del test PCR

Los resultados del test PCR estarán disponibles el día siguiente sobre las 15:00h.

Si no ha recibido comunicación nuestra sobre las 13:00h, su resultado es negativo, así que tendremos su certificado negativo listo entre las 17:00h y las 19:00h.

Por favor acuda a recogerlo según su disponibilidad.

Si el resultado es positivo, le informaremos por teléfono. Por favor, siga nuestras instrucciones.

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Examen médico en nuestra clinica afiliada

Si hace una reserva con nosotros, las tarifas son las siguientes
(No cubiertas por el seguro médico)

Test PCR

+ Emisión de certificado (General)

22,000 JPY (impuestos incluidos)

・Gastos médicos: No cubiertos por el seguro médico ・Duración: 10 minutos
・Método del test: test de saliva o de hisopado nasal disponibles
・Resultado del test: disponible el mismo día (Opcional)
・Certificado negativo: disponible después de las 17:00h del día siguiente en japonés o inglés.

Test PCR

+ Emisión de certificado (Hawái)

27,500 JPY (impuestos incluidos)

・Gastos médicos: No cubiertos por el seguro médico
・Duración: 10 minutos
・Método del test: test de hisopado nasal disponible
・Resultado del test: disponible el mismo día (Opcional)
・Certificado negativo: disponible después de las 17:00h del día siguiente en japonés o inglés.

Test PCR ・ Test de anticuerpos

+ Emisión de certificado (China)

28,000 JPY (impuestos incluidos)

・Gastos médicos: No cubiertos por el seguro médico
・Duración: 20 minutos
・Método del test: test de hisopado nasal disponible
・Resultado del test: disponible el mismo día (Opcional)
・Certificado negativo: disponible después de las 17:00h del día siguiente en japonés o inglés.

Test PCR

Sin emisión de certificado

16,500 JPY (impuestos incluidos)

・Gastos médicos: No cubiertos por el seguro médico ・Duración: 10 minutos
・Método del test: test de saliva o de hisopado nasal disponibles
・Resultado del test: disponible el mismo día (Opcional)

Test de anticuerpos

Sin emisión de certificado

8,800 JPY (impuestos incluidos)

・No cubierto por el seguro médico
・Duración: 10 minutos
・Método del test: análisis de sangre
・Resultado del test: disponible 40 ó 50 minutos después de la prueba
・Certificado negativo: no disponible.

Emisión de certificado negativo de Covid-19

Emisión de certificado negativo de Covid-19

Para aquellos que se deben someterse a un nuevo test PCR negativo con emisión de certificado para las autoridades

*Si hay regulaciones especiales, por favor marque el nombre del país en la sección destinada a ello en el formulario de reserva.
*Por favor, revise la página web de la embajada de cada país para saber el formato requerido.

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Nuestra clinica afiliada

Test de saliva: fácil e indoloro.
* También está disponible el test de frotis nasofaríngeos

Un test de saliva tarda sólo 10 minutos. La carga se reduce tanto para los pacientes como para las clínicas.

Fácil de hacer una reserva

Fácil de hacer una reserva

Debido a que el test es fácil de realizar y no lleva tiempo, se puede tratar un gran número de pacientes en la clínica. Por lo tanto, podemos aceptar muchas reservas.

Obtenga ayuda en su idioma nativo

Obtenga ayuda en su idioma nativo

Para ofrecer soporte en muchos idiomas, nuestra clínica afiliada ha introducido traductores simultáneos. Esto elimina los problemas de comunicación.

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Ubicación

Clinica T Care Hamamatsucho

Nuestra clínica está convenientemente ubicada a pocos minutos de las estaciones de tren de Hammatsucho y Daimon. Incluso puede acceder directamente a los dos aeropuertos principales de Tokio con las líneas Asakusa y Tokyo Monorail Haneda Airport.

Estación de Hamamatsucho: 2 minutos a pie desde la salida sur (líneas Keihin-Tōhoku, Yamanote, Tokyo Monorail Haneda Airport)

Estación de Daimon: 5 minutos a pie desde la salida A1 (líneas Toei Asakusa, Toei Oedo)

Contenido/procedimiento del test

Contenido/procedimiento del test

The examination takes 10 minutes

1. Keep saliva in your mouth for about 2 minutes.

2. Gently spit out, as if dropped into a sterile container.

3. The collection amount is about 2 ml. If it cannot be collected on the first try, the process will be repeated.

📌 Nasopharyngeal-Swab Test is also available

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are the PCR Test and Antibody Test covered by insurance?
Examinations to receive a negative certificate for travel, business travel, daily activities, etc. are not covered by insurance.
How do I receive the test results?
Please come back to the clinic in order to receive your certificate. You do not need to make a reservation.
Is the PCR test negative certificate written in English?
Depending on your needs, the negative certificate can be written in Japanese or English.
How long does the PCR test take?
The entire process will take about 10 minutes (temperature measurement, inquiry sheet, sample collection). Please do not eat or drink (including gargling) from 15 minutes before the inspection. You can receive the test results from 17:00 on the next day.
If I took the test on Friday, can I get the result and the certification on Saturday?
Yes, you can. However, please ask us in advance in that case. We need to ask the clinic to open only for giving you the certification.

If you are positive to Covid-19

The clinic will inform you by phone, so please refrain from visiting us

Please follow the guidance of the public health center

Asymptomatic/mild symptoms
- On-site medical treatment
- Treatment at home

Seriously ill
- Hospitalization to a designated medical institution for infectious diseases
- Hotel medical treatment

*If you have a basic illness or are over the age of 65, you will be hospitalized.

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Each country requirements regarding negative certificate issuance

China

[Update: Jan 20, 2021]

📝 PCR test required
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter China:
A negative certificate, issued from a test coducted up to 48 hours before departure, is required for entering the country.

A 14 days quarantine, either at a centralised government hotel (with costs covered by the traveller) or your home, is mandatory.

International Restrictions: You will need a valid visa to enter China. Chinese Visa Application Centres have re-opened. From 28 September 2020, holders of valid residence permits attached to work, personal matters and reunion can re-enter China. Holders of expired residence permits can apply for a new one.

A completed "Exit/Entry Health Declaration Form" must be presented upon arrival. The form can be obtained before departure at http://health.customsapp.com/

Korea

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter South Korea:
All arrivals – regardless of nationality and length of stay – are required to be tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) and to undergo quarantine for 14 days.

All individuals regardless of nationality who show coronavirus symptoms on arrival will be tested. Those who test positive will be isolated and treated at a hospital or community treatment centre.

Vietnam

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Vietnam:
A negative certificate, issued from 3 to 7 days before entry, is required but subject to special conditions. The test type and method us RT-PCR (nasopharyngeal swab)

A 14 days quarantine is mandatory.
Passengers are not permitted to enter Vietnam. This does not apply to:

- Nationals of Vietnam,
- Passengers traveling for official or business purposes; investors, technical experts, skilled workers, business managers, government officials, and passengers with approval from the National Steering Committee on Prevention and Control of COVID-19, provided they have a medical certificate issued by authorities proving that they are free of novel coronavirus.

➀ Certificate must be in English or Vietnamese.
➁ The certificate must include the traveler's name, age (date of birth), gender, nationality, passport number, address in Japan, address in Vietnam, medical institution name, sample inoculation date, test date, test method (PCR ), examination result and the expected date of entry.
➂ The certificate must have a valid seal and signature from the medical institution.
④ From 18 September to board a flight, passengers must hold a certificate showing they have tested negative for the coronavirus no more than five days before the departure date. Upon arrival, they will be tested and placed under quarantine.

📢Reference URL For those who wish to enter Vietnam
For those who wish to enter Vietnam

Philippines

[Update: Jan 20, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Depends

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter the Philippines:
COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

Passengers arriving at any international port of entry may be subjected to mandatory quarantine (for a maximum of 14 days) and/or need to undergo COVID-19 testing on arrival. You’re expected to pay the costs of your quarantine and/or COVID-19 testing.

Pakistan

[Update: Apr 04, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Pakistan:
A negative PCR test performed less than 72 hours before departure is usually required, but some countries are exempt.

Rwanda

[Update: Jan 20, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Rwanda:
A negative certificate, issued from a test taken within 120 hours of departure, is required to enter the country.

After providing proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test, all arriving passengers must then enter quarantine at a designated hotel whilst awaiting the results of a second COVID-19 test, taken on arrival, which can be up to 24 hours.

Singapore

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required.

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter Singapore:
A negative certificate issued 72 hours before departure is required, except for Singapore citizens and permanent residents.

Home/self isolation:
Passengers must comply with the prevailing Stay-Home Notice (SHN) requirements upon entry into Singapore. Please refer to ica.gov.sg. This does not apply to passengers entering Singapore under the Singapore-China Fast Lane. They must comply with requirements found at safetravel.ica.gov.sg.

Passengers must submit a health declaration before arrival via the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service (eservices.ica.gov.sg) or via the mobile application.

📢URL
Measures for Inbound Travellers (CAA 20 July 2020)

Indonesia

[Update: Apr 04, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Indonesia:
The foreign traveler must present a RT-PCR test result stating that they are free of COVID-19, taken within 72 hours from the time of departure.

Two more RT-PCR test will be conducted:
- 24 hours after arrival in the Republic of Indonesia; and
- 5 days after arrival/isolation at the accommodation in Indonesia.

Taiwan

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter Taiwan:
From 1 December 2020 to 28 February 2021 all passengers, regardless of nationality or travel purpose, arriving or transiting in Taiwan are required to present a certificate of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test, taken within three working days before their date of departure, in order to be able to board their flight to Taiwan

A 14 days quarantine, is mandatory.

📢URL
Applying for a special entry permit (visa)

Thailand

[Update: Jan 20, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Thailand:
A negative certificate, issued within 72 hours before departure, is required for entering the country.
A Certificate of Entry issued by the Royal Thai Embassy or the Royal Thai Consulate-General in your country of departure, a fit-to-fly health certificate, proof of health insurance covering all medical expenditure, including for COVID-19, and written confirmation that the quarantine facilities you intend to use on arrival in Thailand comply with official rules are also required.

A 14 days quarantine at a dedicated state or alternative state quarantine hotel, is mandatory.

Nepal

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter Nepal:
A RT-PCR negative certificate, issued 72 hours before departure, is required for entering the country.

A 14 days quarantine is mandatory.

United-States

[Update: Jan 20, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passagers allowed to enter the United States:
From January 26th, all air passagers arriving to the US from a foreign country will be required to get tested no more than 3 days before departure.

📢URL
Center fo Disease Control and Prevention
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/testing-international-air-travelers.html

Canada

[Update: Apr 04, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Canada:
All travellers 5 years of age or older must provide a proof of a negative COVID-19 test result conducted within 72 hours of the scheduled departure time. If you have a connecting flight, the 72 hours are counted for the departure time of your last direct flight to Canada.
A 14 days quarantine is mandatory.

Brazil

[Update: Jan 20, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Brazil:
A certificate, which shows evidence of a negative PCR test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding in English, Spanish or Portuguese, is required. All children under the age of 2 are exempt from the requirementis required for entering the country. Children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by adult(s) who have proof of a negative test are also exempt.

Quarantine is dependent on local federal state.

Australia

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required.
* Pre-screening for COVID-19 might avoid spreading infections while traveling.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Australia:
A negative certificate is not required for entering the country, but all travellers may be required to undergo enhqnced heath screening on arrival.

A 14 days quarantine is mandatory at a designated facility (for example, hotel).

New Zealand

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required.
* Pre-screening for COVID-19 might avoid spreading infections while traveling.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter New-Zealand:
A negative certificate is not required for entering the country.

The New Zealand border is currently closed to almost all travelers wanting to travel to New Zealand by either air or sea.

・New Zealand citizens, permanent residents, and residents with valid travel conditions, their partners/children who already have a visa, or diplomats who hold a position in New Zealand may enter without seeking approval first.
・Partners and children of New Zealand citizens or permanent residents who don't have yet a visa, Australian citizens who normally live in New Zealand, critical health work or humanitarian are among the ones who need to seek approval before they travel.

📢URL
Request for travel to New Zealand

England

[Update: Jan 20, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter the United-Kingdom:
From January 18th, a negative certificate from a test taken up to 3 days before departure is required for entering the country.
It needs to follow specific criterias which can be found can be found in details here:
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england

The test conducted at our affiliated clinic and our negative certificate answers these requirements.

A 14 days quarantine is mandatory.

Germany

[Update: Apr 12, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Germany:
A pre-departure negative COVID-19 test must be taken 48 hours prior to arrival. PCR, TMA, LAMP, rapid antigen tests are accepted. Antibody tests are not accepted. Children aged 5 and under are exempt.

France

[Update: Apr 04, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter France:
A negative RT-PCR test performed less than 72 hours before departure, is required. Where a test cannot be carried out in the country of departure, you can ask the French Embassy or Consulate for a specific document called “PCR test exemption”.

In this case, you will be tested upon arrival and undergo a compulsory 7-day quarantine in an accommodation establishment validated by the public authorities, with an additional test at the end of the isolation period.

Spain

[Update: Jan 20, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Spain:
A negative certificate, issued from a test carried out in the 72 hours prior to arrival, is required. Children under 7 years old are exempt.

There is currently no mandatory quarantine.

Italy

[Update: Apr 12, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Depend

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Italy:
A pre-departure negative COVID-19 test, taken 48 hours prior to arrival, is required if you transit in any of the countries listed here. Only PCR and antigenic tests are accepted.

Otherwise, no PCR test is required.

Cambodia

[Update: Jan 20, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Cambodia:
A COVID-19 negative certificate, dated no longer than than 72 hours prior to the date of travel, is required. In addition, all foreigners arriving in Cambodia will be subject to a COVID-19 test on arrival.
A 14 days quarantine is mandatory.

Colombia

[Update: Apr 04, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required to avoid quarantine.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Colombia:
A Covid-10 certificate, issued within 96 hours prior to boarding, is required to avoid quarantine. Otherwise, a 14 days quarantine is mandatory, which might be reduced if you receive a negative PCR tests result after 7 days of the arrival in Colombia. This is subject to change at short notice.

Egypt

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Egypt:
A negative certificate, issued 72 hours before flight departure, is required for entering the country.

The certificate needs to:
- Include the hour and the date of sampling.
- Be issued by an authorized accredited laboratory and stamped with the laboratory’s stamp and does not contain scraping, cancellation or addition.
- Indicate the type of sample taken for the swab.
- Indicate that the type of test is (RT–PCR).

A 14 days quarantine at your own accommodation is mandatory.

Ghana

[Update: Apr 04, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Ghana:
A negative PCR test performed less than 72 hours before departure is required. An additional test must also be taken on arrival, at the passenger cost.

Greece

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Greece:
A negative certificate from a test performed up to 72 hours before departure is required for entering Greece from Japan.

All visitors arriving by air, land or sea transport will be subject to random tests upon arrival. In the event of a positive result, they will be contacted and placed in a 14-day quarantine, with the expenses covered by the Greek state.

Hong Kong

[Update: Jan 20, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Depends

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Hong Kong:
Travellers who have visited specified "high-risk places" within the past 21 days need to provide a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to departure. The countries concerned are: United States, Kazakhstan, Bangladesh, Belgium, Ecuador, Ethiopia, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, Romania, Russia and Turkey.

A 21 days quarantine is mandatory.

Jordan

[Update: Apr 04, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Jordan:
A negative PCR test performed less than 72 hours before their scheduled time of arrival in Jordan is required.

South Africa

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter South Africa:
A negative certificate, produced 72 hours before departure, is required for entering the country.

If you fail to produce a paper copy of a negative COVID-19 test you will be required to quarantine at a government-appointed facility at your own cost. Self-isolation is not required if you have provided the negative COVID-19 test.

Morocco

[Update: Apr 04, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers who are allowed to enter Morocco:
All travellers must produce a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result, from a test conducted at most 72 hours before departure.

Netherland

[Update: Apr 04, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
You are required to show a negative COVID-19 test result if you are travelling to the Netherlands from most countries. You should either:
- Have a PCR test conducted within 24 hours prior to boarding
- Have a PCR test conducted within 72 hours prior to boarding, followed by a rapid antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to boarding.

More information on testing requirements can be found here: http://nlinjp.com/negativetest

From 5 February onwards, travellers on KLM with flight KL862 are able to get a rapid antigen test in Terminal 2 at Narita airport at Nippon Medical School, Narita International Airport Clinic.
A reservation is mandatory via: pcr-netherlands@nms.ac.jp

India

[Update: Apr 04, 2021]

📝 PCR test
Required

📝 Certification
Travellers may seek exemption from institutional quarantine by submitting a negative RT-PCR test report. This test should have been conducted within 72 hours prior to undertaking the journey.

No se requiere pago por adelantado

TEL / Reserva
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Los sospechosos de estar infectados con coronavirus pueden someterse a un examen reglamentario

Los primeros síntomas más comunes

● Fiebre
● Tos seca
● Malestar

Los primeros síntomas más comunes

● Dolor
● Dolor de garganta
● Conjuntivitis
● Dolor de cabeza
● Pérdida del gusto o el olfato.
● Erupción cutánea
● Decoloración de manos y pies