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Prices for private COVID-19 tests can range from $160 to $1,200, with little oversight of the industry

Whether you’re a traveller getting a mandated COVID-19 test at the airport, or a worker on a job site like a film set or food processing plant that requires a negative test, odds are it’s being done by a private company.

Businesses offering polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests are now a crucial part of Canada’s pandemic response, allowing thousands of people to continue to travel, visit loved ones in long-term care, and stay on the job.

But some doctors and health experts are concerned about what they say is a lack of regulation in what has become a rapidly growing part of the health-care industry.

“Who’s doing the tests? What are the standards? How do we know that they’re doing it at the same sensitivity and specificity as those…

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