If truly no symptoms throughout and no close contacts, perhaps do a RAT (very high sensitivity if possible) test about 3-4 weeks before.Not sure if this is the right place for the question but… given the move away from PCR testing in the community, how do we best manage the lead up to international travel?
For example… let’s say I get covid today, zero symptoms. Don’t get tested.
In two months I am flying to USA/UK. If i go for a PCR test just before flying it will likely show positive from my earlier infection? Then I’d have to wait 14 days and get a ‘recovering’ letter.
How do we avoid that scenario? Ideally I’d want to get tested three to four weeks prior to departure so that if the PCR comes back positive from the earlier infection I have time to sort it out?
Do we go to a private doctor? Create an itinerary via expedia?