How to Get PRC’s Additional Health Protocols Certificates for the 2021 LET

Examinees, take note! In light of the country’s ongoing pandemic precautions, PRC has requested for additional documents from its March 2021 LET takers:

A) Documents Required on Exam Day

  1. PRC Notice of Admission (NOA)
  2. Negative RT-PCR test result -or- Certificate of Quarantine
  3. Informed Consent (Annex A)
  4. Health Declaration (Annex B)

B) 14 Days After Exam, to send to designated PRC email

5. Post Examination Health Surveillance Form (Annex C)

Visit and download Forms of Annexes at the PRC website:

About the RT-PCR Test

Why should your RT-PCR test be negative? A negative result clears you of being a suspect case due to exposure. This is important for:

  • Individuals with relevant history of travel and exposure (or contact)
  • Health care workers with possible exposure two (2) days before or within 14 days from onset of symptoms of a confirmed or probable case:
    • Face-to-face contact with a confirmed case within 1 meter and for more than 15 minutes
    • Direct physical contact with a confirmed case
    • Direct care for a patient with probable of confirmed COVID-19 without using proper personal protective equipment

Certificate of Quarantine

Basically this certificate confirms that you:

  • Are not suspect, have no contact or not exposed to a COVID-19 case
  • Have undergone a 14-day quarantine period wherein examinee is asymptomatic for at least 14 days prior to the scheduled examination date/s

Get it from:

  1. Any licensed Physician (government or private physician)
  2. Municipal Health Officer, Provincial Health Officer, or City Health Officer
  3. Barangay Officer visiting the examinee’s residence attesting that they have been in quarantine for 14 days

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