A 'Documentation of Recovery' is a doctor's note that certifies that you have completed the required duration of self-isolation after a positive COVID infection--according to CDC guidelines.
To get a Documentation of Recovery you will need the following:
- A positive COVID result done within the last 90 days (PCR or Antigen) by an official lab.
- Home tests and antibody tests are not accepted. Antibody tests and COVID home tests (self-tests) cannot be used as proof of positive COVID test unless PROCTORED.
- QuickMD providers do not conduct proctored COVID exams for patient's at-home tests
- Patient's will need to quarantine 10 days
Refunds cannot not be given to patients once documentation has been issued.
To receive a 'Documentation of Recovery', create an account here.
If you have any additional questions about the 'Documentation of Recovery' document we provide, please contact us here.
[Update: since June 12, 2022, the CDC now no longer requires a negative COVID test or Documentation of Recovery to enter the United States by airplane. However, a number of countries and airlines still have that requirement. Always check with your individual airline and government]