Tuberculin Skin Testing is the first step to find out if a person has been infected with the tuberculosis (TB) germ. Medication to get rid of the TB germ is available, if needed. Tuberculin Skin Tests that are required for work, school admission, immigration requirements or travel are not publicly funded and a fee will be charged. Non-publicly funded Tuberculin Skin Testing is available through the public health centres listed below orprivate providers.​

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