Suitable for entry to destinations that accept proof of recovery.
A Covid-19 recovery certificate is an official document to confirm that an individual has fully recovered from Covid-19 and has no current symptoms. If you have tested positive for covid-19 recently, instead of risking another positive PCR test, you can obtain a Covid-19 Recovery Certificate for travel. Many countries accept a covid-19 Recovery Certificate as an entry requirement.
Our medical team needs to have all the required information to be able to process your consultation and issue your certificate on time. If the information submitted is incorrect or incomplete, this may cause a delay.
The certificate will be emailed to you once it is issued so make sure that you provide a correct email address when completing your order. Sometimes the email can go to the junk/spam mailbox so make sure that you check your junk/spam mailbox.
Your Covid-19 Recovery Certificate will have the following details displayed, if applicable.
Date of Birth
Date of assessment for Covid-19 Recovery Certificate
Positive Test Type
Positive Test date
Date of test result
Result of Test
Date of onset of symptoms (if applicable)
Date of cessation of symptoms (if applicable)
Our doctor’s signature, name and GMC number
Our Company registration number, contact and address
Yes, London Medical Testing is a UKAS Accredited Clinic. All our private Fit to Fly PCR covid tests are analysed by UKAS accredited labs and assessed against internationally agreed standards.
Currently, the following popular countries accept Covid Recovery Certificates:
This list was last reviewed and revised on 10/06/2022. There might be other countries that accept a recovery certificate that are not listed below. Before making a purchase, please confirm the current entry regulations for your destination country.
Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Barbados, Chile, Colombia, Dubai (UAE), Ecuador, EU, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Honduras, Kenya, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand
This depends on the entry requirements of the country or territory you want to travel to, as each country’s definition of a ‘full course’ alternatively known as ‘fully vaccinated’, may be different.
Be aware that some countries are requesting evidence that you completed your COVID-19 vaccine course at least 14 days before arriving in their country. They may also require evidence of a booster dose depending on how long ago you completed your COVID-19 vaccine course.
How you can get proof of your vaccination status varies on where you live. If you are in:
Make sure you check that the name on your proof of vaccination certificate matches the name on your passport. Advice on how to amend incorrect details varies depending on whether you are in Scotland, England, Wales or Northern Ireland.
If you have not been fully vaccinated, you need to follow the entry requirements of the country you are travelling to. Entry requirements requested by other countries may include:
You should carefully research the entry requirements of your destination country before travelling in the FCDO foreign travel advice pages.
Each country has different requirements, and these are often dependent on the age of the child. Always check the entry requirements for the country you’re visiting.