Israeli Licensing:

We are licensed by the Israeli Ministry of Health to conduct antigen tests. EMACare can be seen on the list of licensed testers here.

 

US CDC requirements:

The US CDC requirements can be seen here. Under the "Test and Documentation Requirements" section, under "What information must be included on the test result?" you can see the following requirements:

 

 A test result must be in the form of written documentation (paper or digital copy). The documentation must include:

  1. Type of test (indicating it is a NAAT or antigen test)
  2. Entity issuing the result (e.g., laboratory, healthcare entity, or telehealth service)
  3. Sample collection date
      • A negative test result must show the sample was taken no more than 1 day before the flight.
      • A positive test result for documentation of recovery from COVID-19 must show the sample was taken within the 90 days before the flight.
  4. Information that identifies the person (full name plus at least one other identifier such as date of birth or passport number)
  5. Test result

Before boarding a flight to the U.S., you will need to show a paper or digital copy of your test result for review by the airline and for review upon request by public health officials after you arrive in the U.S.

Our documentation is digital (although printable), and includes all of the required information.

 

UK requirements:

The UK requirements can be seen here. Under the "How to provide proof of a negative test result" section, you can see the following requirements:

You must provide the original test result notification. Your test result must be in either English, French or Spanish. Translations will not be accepted.

Your test result can be provided as:

  • a printed document
  • an email or text message you can show on your phone - make sure your device is charged

It must include the following information:

  • your name, which should match the name on your travel documents
  • your date of birth or age
  • the result of the test
  • the date the test sample was collected or received by the test provider
  • the name of the test provider and their contact details
  • confirmation of the device used for the test, or that the test was a PCR test

Our documentation is digital (although printable), and includes all of the required information.