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Many Passport Health locations are offering Fit-To-Fly medical certificates, including select clinics in the following states:

Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C.

Fit-to-Fly medical certificates and Fit-To-Travel health forms are required by many airlines and countries in their efforts to keep others from getting infected as operations and economies slowly reopen. These documents provide travelers with proof they received a negative COVID-19 test that was reviewed by a medical professional prior to travel. In most cases, travelers are required to take the COVID-19 test within 72 to 96 hours of departure, depending on the airline or destination.

Call a local Passport Health location today or continue reading to learn more.

What Is a Fit-to-Fly Certificate?

COVID-19 Fit-To-Fly medical certificates certify that the holder of the travel health form has tested negative recently for COVID-19.

Fit-to-Fly medical certification generally requires travelers to show proof of negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test results up to 72 hours before departure. This can vary by destination.

Some countries do require a minimal physical as well which can include listening to the lungs or similar non-invasive procedure.

Check with your airline or your destination’s governing health or entry agency for specific requirements.

Who Needs a Fit-to-Fly Certificate?

Fit-to-Fly certificates are required for entry to some U.S. states and foreign countries. Check with your airline before departure to see if a valid certificate will be required to board your plane.

Not all airlines are requiring proof for travel, but your destination may require proof on arrival. Check our domestic and international COVID-19 travel restrictions pages for more information. The State Department also has a variety of resources for travelers.

How Can I Get a Fit-to-Fly Certificate?

Fit-to-Fly certificates require a negative COVID-19 test and possibly other minor requirements like a healthcare professional listening to your lungs. Various Passport Health facilities throughout the country are offering this service. Be sure to check with your local Passport Health to see if testing is available in your area.

Does a Fit-To-Fly Certificate Require a COVID-19 Test?

Yes, most Fit-to-Fly certificates require a COVID-19 test. Some may only require an antibody test while others require a full PCR test used to diagnose an active infection. Be sure to check the requirements of your destination before receiving testing. As PCR testing can take additional time to process, be sure to reach out to your local Passport Health about availability to fit your destination’s time requirements.

Which Test Do Countries Require for a Fit-to-Fly Certificate?

It can depend. But the most common test required is a RT-PCR test that identifies three different genes in the disease. The RT-PCR is widely viewed as the most comprehensive, currently available test today. To learn more about COVID-19 testing, please visit our COVID-19 testing page.

How Much Does a Fit-to-Fly Certificate Cost?

Fit-to-Fly certificate costs can vary based on the type of test needed and if any additional services, like vital checks, are required. Contact your local Passport Health to learn more about pricing in your area.

Where Can I Get a Fit-to-Fly Certificate?

Fit-to-Fly certificates are available from many Passport Health locations across the United States. Contact your local Passport Health to see if Fit-to-Fly certification and COVID-19 testing are available near you.

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What Is a Fit-to-Fly Certificate?
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How Can I Get a Fit-to-Fly Certificate?
Does a Fit-To-Fly Certificate Require a COVID-19 Test?
Which Test Do Countries Require for a Fit-to-Fly Certificate?
How Much Does a Fit-to-Fly Certificate Cost?
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  • The United States now requires Covid-19 RT-PCR testing before entering borders.

  • Certain states such a New York require all visitors to quarantine for 3 days and then require a negative RT-PCR test. More CDC info here.

  • Many other countries and states also require a negative COVID-19 PCR certificate prior to boarding and when entering new borders.

  • The tests are typically required to be taken within 48-72 hours of travel. (This can vary by country or state).

  • Tests must be a Molecular RT-PCR (Antigen, Serology, or other Rapid tests are often not accepted by border officials).

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Covid-certificate: who can get it and how

Starting February 21, Russians can apply for a coronavirus infection certificate based on a positive antibody test. Requirements for the level of antibodies are not established, only their presence is necessary.

In Russia, certificates are available to three categories of citizens:

  • vaccinated against coronavirus with Russian vaccines;

  • recovered from covid;

  • based on a positive antibody test;

  • who passed a PCR test for the presence of coronavirus infection and received a negative result valid for two days.

In all cases, the code must appear in your personal account on the State Services portal, Muscovites can get it on the immune.mos.ru website.

From February 21, persons under 18 will be able to independently receive a printed certificate in the Russian Federation on vaccination against COVID-19, medical contraindications to vaccination or a past illness caused by a coronavirus infection.

Previously, only adults could obtain a printed covid certificate. To obtain a certificate, persons under the age of 14 must present a birth certificate to an MFC employee.

  • For vaccinated

To obtain a certificate at the “Gosuslugi” it is important to provide a passport, SNILS and OMS policy at the vaccination point, make sure that the data matches those specified in your account. After completing the vaccination course, a certificate with a QR code should appear within three calendar days on the portal, in the State Services application and in the STOP Coronavirus State Services application.

Certificates of vaccination with Sputnik Light are generated on the public services portal 21 days after vaccination – when immunity to covid is formed in the body.

QR code after vaccination is valid for one year.

  • For those who have been ill

If you have been ill with coronavirus within the last six months and have a verified account on “Gosuslugi”, you will receive a certificate of past COVID-19 disease and a QR code, you do not need to do anything else.

Important: in order to receive a QR code, the fact of the disease must be entered in the federal register of those who have recovered from covid. If you have not consulted a doctor or have been asymptomatic, you will not be able to receive a QR code about your illness.

The covid infection certificate is valid for 12 months from the date of recovery.

  • For those who passed the PCR test

Make sure that the laboratory where you take the test transmits information to the State Services. You must have a verified account on the portal, and provided that you have agreed to transfer information about the test results to “Gosuslug”, the result will appear in your personal account within 24 hours after passing the analysis.

For those who received a negative PCR test, the QR code is valid for 48 hours from the moment the test result is registered in the laboratory.

  • In the presence of antibodies

If the State Services has a test result for antibodies to coronavirus no later than three calendar days from the date of application on the portal, then the certificate is issued for six months.

If the PCR test was positive and the result is confirmed by an antibody test, then the certificate is issued for 12 months.

  • For vaccinated

If the certificate is not available on the public services portal in due time, follow the algorithm below.

  1. In your personal account, check your passport and SNILS data and the status of your account – it must be confirmed.
  2. If everything is correct, file a complaint via the feedback form. Upon receipt of a complaint, a temporary certificate is issued. It is valid for 14 days and is canceled after receiving a response from the department.
  3. If it was not possible to solve the problem, contact the medical organization where you were vaccinated and specify what data about you is included in the register of vaccinated people. You need to check: full name, SNILS, passport and date of birth. In case of an error, ask the organization to correct your data and send it again.
  • For recovered patients

On the State Services portal they say: “If you have been ill with COVID-19 and you have an official diagnosis (ICD-10 codes U07.1 and U07.2), but you do not see information about sickness in the “STOP Coronavirus Public Services” application, leave a request in the feedback form. Carefully read the tips on the form and try to provide as much detailed information as possible. This will help resolve the issue as soon as possible.”

  • For those who passed PCR

If the certificate does not appear, you can send a complaint in the feedback form on the State Services portal.

New rules will help foreigners who are vaccinated against coronavirus, but not Russian vaccines. If they have confirmed antibodies, they will be issued a certificate for six months.

Foreigners working in Moscow can also get a code by filling out a form on the immune.mos.ru website. To do this, you will need information about the series and number of the identity document, and the number of the patent for work in the Russian Federation. At the same time, in order to receive a QR code, the data must match the data indicated during vaccination, registration of a disease in a medical organization or passing a PCR test.

Also, information about vaccination is available in the personal account of foreigners who have a verified profile on the State Services portal.

Now foreigners in the Russian Federation are vaccinated with the Sputnik Light vaccine, depending on the region, this is done at their own expense or at the expense of the employer. In Russia, vaccination certificates abroad are invalid, since foreign organizations do not transfer information about the vaccinated to the Ministry of Health and such information does not fall on the “Gosuslugi”.


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In Russia, since February 21, it has become possible to obtain a COVID-certificate based on a positive antibody test. The authorities explained that, among other things, this would make life easier for those who were vaccinated against coronavirus with vaccines not registered in Russia. Now it is enough for them to donate blood and confirm that their body has formed the necessary protective proteins. To obtain a certificate, the very fact of the presence of antibodies to the virus in the body is important, their number is not taken into account. How and for how long you can get such a certificate – in the review of Gazeta.Ru.

You can take the antibody test at any laboratory that is licensed to conduct such tests. There is a separate card on the Unified Public Services Portal, which shows Russian medical institutions where you can sign up for a PCR test and an antibody test.

Rapid tests can also be used to detect antibodies. However, in order to receive a certificate, an express test must still be done by a doctor, and not by a person on their own. The result of such a test can be ready in a few minutes, but it has less sensitivity than other research methods.

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If a patient’s antibody test is positive, the healthcare facility must upload the result to public services. After that, citizen must apply for a COVID-certificate and within three calendar days the certificate will appear on public services.

He will be valid for six months from the date of receipt of the antibody test results. According to the results of one test, a certificate can be obtained only once. Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova explained that an antibody test certificate is only valid for six months, because without a positive PCR test result, it is impossible to establish exactly when a person has been ill with COVID-19.

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The Ministry of Health also provided for the situation when a person passed a positive PCR test for a coronavirus infection, and then confirmed it with a positive test for the presence of antibodies. In this case, the certificate will be valid for a year from the date of the PCR test.

The certificate obtained on the basis of an antibody test will contain columns with the following information: the date of the test for the presence of antibodies, the test method, the name of the manufacturer of the medical device that was used for the analysis, and the name of the medical organization that conducted the test.

If the certificate is issued on the basis of a positive PCR test confirmed by the presence of antibodies, then it is similar to the certificates of recovered patients. It will contain the following sections: in the column “Date of diagnosis” the date of the PCR test is put, the column “Date of recovery” is not filled in.

The COVID-certificate will automatically contain a QR code in any case. In some regions of Russia, you cannot visit public places without such codes.

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There are no requirements for the level of antibodies in all cases, only their presence is necessary. Rospotrebnadzor explained that while scientists cannot say exactly how many immunoglobulins should be in the body in order to protect a person from infection. The director of the Gamaleya Center, which developed the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, Alexander Gintsburg, said that an antibody titer of 300 Bau / ml is suitable for protection against the delta strain. At the same time, a titer of 500 units and above protects against infection by any variant of the coronavirus. The Gamaleya Center obtained such data by examining the analyzes of 4,000 residents of Moscow.

Golikova explained that statistics prompted the government to issue certificates based on antibodies. In Russia, there were a sufficient number of people who had COVID-19, but did not seek medical help, which means they could not receive a QR code.

“Today we can say, not yet, but after analyzing the database of Rospotrebnadzor, we see that there are about 300,000 people who had a positive test for coronavirus but did not see a doctor.