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Covid-19 Testing for Travel
Can I use my COVID-19 test results from CVS for Hawaii’s pre-travel testing program?
Non-vaccinated travelers: In accordance with Hawaii’s Pre-Travel COVID-19 Testing Program,external site opens in new window the state will accept results from PCR/NAAT tests only, which CVS offers at drive-thru lab testing locations (Rapid-result antigen test results are not accepted). Also, results must be returned prior to departure from the U.S. mainland to Hawaii. Patient samples collected at our COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites are sent offsite to independent, third-party labs that are responsible for processing the results. While turnaround times are 1-2 days on average, we cannot guarantee, prioritize or otherwise expedite results.
Vaccinated travelers: Effective July 8, the state of Hawaii will eliminate its pre-travel testing/quarantine requirement for domestic travelers to Hawaii who have been fully vaccinated in the United States. Vaccinated travelers to Hawaii must upload their CDC-issued record card to the state’s Safe Travels Program Websiteexternal site opens in new window and have the card with them upon arrival in Hawaii.
COVID-19 TESTS WE OFFER
Rapid Viral Antigen
|Walk-Ins welcome. 24/7 Testing.||24 hours||Performed with a nasal swab. This test is designed to detect the virus that causes COVID-19. When performed within 7 days of symptom onset, this test has 96.7% PPA*. If the test result is negative, there is small a chance that a true positive is overlooked by the test.|
Rapid PCR Test
|Walk-Ins welcome. 24/7 Testing.||Rapid Results within 24 hours||Performed with a nasal swab. This test is designed to detect the virus that causes COVID-19. This test is 97.1% sensitive and 99.3 specific.|
* The performance data in the package insert for the Sofia SARS Antigen test has a percent positive agreement (PPA) of 96.7% with RT-PCR using direct nasal swabs collected from patients WITH symptom onset of 7 days or less from the time of sample collection.
How old can a patient be to get a COVID-19 test?
Patients must be 3 years of age or older for COVID-19 testing. A parent or legal guardian must complete registration for all minor patients (Nebraska: a minor is anyone under age 19). Patients 3-15 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, who may need to assist with sample collection using the swab.