Small and Medium Sized Businesses

For Small and Medium Sized Businesses under 150 Employees

The Southern Georgian Bay Chamber of Commerce is helping small and medium-sized businesses directly access screening kits and implement rapid screening programs for their employees. Screening people in the workplace with rapid antigen testing will help identify individuals with COVID-19 to help protect others from exposure and provide much needed data about viral prevalence within job sites and communities across Canada.

The goal of this program is to identify individuals who are asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic to prevent them from spreading the COVID-19 virus in the workplace, at home, and in the community.

The Southern Georgian Bay of Commerce located at 208 King Street, Midland will act as a distribution center for Rapid Antigen Screening kits to be used for self-screening in the workplace under the guidance of proper Health and Safety Guidelines provided.

Abbott Panbio Antigen kits will be packaged onsite for pickup by SME’s who have ordered up to a two-week supply, based on the twice-weekly screening of their employees.


The Rapid Antigen Screening Program aims to help small and medium sized businesses with under 150 employees to reopen safely.

What you need to know before you arrive

1. All visitors must complete and PASS a COVID-19 assessment before entering the premises. 
2. Check-in at registration and provide the completed PASP (Provincial Antigen Screening Program) form.
3. You will be required to watch a 5-minute training video during your initial pick-up
4. Capacity limited to 4 visitors at any one time for the week of May 23rd, 2021, and reduce to 1 visitor at a time after.
5. Masks and physical distancing are mandatory while in the building.

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Anyone who receives a positive test result through the Workplace Self Screening Kit will need to make arrangements with their local Public Health Unit to receive a PCR test as soon as possible. They must also work with Public Health to determine when it is safe for them to return to work.

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