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MyHealthChecked
MyHealthChecked
4.5 Satisfaction
Fit to Fly Antigen
What is a Rapid Antigen Test?
Some destinations accept a Rapid Antigen Test to prove that you do not have Covid prior to departure from the UK. These must meet strict minimum standards and must be accompanied by a Fit to Travel certificate.
Fit to Fly PCR
What is a Fit to Fly PCR Test?
When travelling from the UK, many countries require proof of a negative PCR test alongside a travel certificate in order for you to enter. Timings and PCR requirements may vary depending on where you are going. Fit to Fly tests are valid for all forms of travel.
Arrival Day 2 Antigen
What is a Antigen Day 2 test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red List, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. This can be a rapid antigen (lateral flow) test. Children aged 4 and under are exempt.
Arrival Day 2 PCR
What is a Day 2 PCR Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a Day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all travellers who are not fully vaccinated to take a Covid PCR test on or before Day 2 and on or after Day 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
Test to Release
What is Test to Release?
Test to Release is a government scheme only available in England, which offers unvaccinated people entering England from a country not on the Red list the option to shorten their self-isolation by receiving a negative PCR test. This can be taken from day 5 of isolation.
Home Test
4.5 Satisfaction
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£14.50
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Halo Heathrow Terminal 5
Halo Heathrow Terminal 5
4.3 Satisfaction
Fit to Fly Antigen
What is a Rapid Antigen Test?
Some destinations accept a Rapid Antigen Test to prove that you do not have Covid prior to departure from the UK. These must meet strict minimum standards and must be accompanied by a Fit to Travel certificate.
Fit to Fly PCR
What is a Fit to Fly PCR Test?
When travelling from the UK, many countries require proof of a negative PCR test alongside a travel certificate in order for you to enter. Timings and PCR requirements may vary depending on where you are going. Fit to Fly tests are valid for all forms of travel.
Arrival Day 2 Antigen
What is a Antigen Day 2 test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red List, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. This can be a rapid antigen (lateral flow) test. Children aged 4 and under are exempt.
Arrival Day 2 PCR
What is a Day 2 PCR Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
In-person local clinic
4.3 Satisfaction
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£15.00
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Apollo
Apollo
4.7 Satisfaction
Fit to Fly Antigen
What is a Rapid Antigen Test?
Some destinations accept a Rapid Antigen Test to prove that you do not have Covid prior to departure from the UK. These must meet strict minimum standards and must be accompanied by a Fit to Travel certificate.
Home Test
4.7 Satisfaction
£15.00
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Flysurance
Flysurance
4.7 Satisfaction
Fit to Fly Antigen
What is a Rapid Antigen Test?
Some destinations accept a Rapid Antigen Test to prove that you do not have Covid prior to departure from the UK. These must meet strict minimum standards and must be accompanied by a Fit to Travel certificate.
Home Test
4.7 Satisfaction
£16.00
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The Regenerative Clinic Bournemouth
The Regenerative Clinic Bournemouth
4.2 Satisfaction
Fit to Fly Antigen
What is a Rapid Antigen Test?
Some destinations accept a Rapid Antigen Test to prove that you do not have Covid prior to departure from the UK. These must meet strict minimum standards and must be accompanied by a Fit to Travel certificate.
Fit to Fly PCR
What is a Fit to Fly PCR Test?
When travelling from the UK, many countries require proof of a negative PCR test alongside a travel certificate in order for you to enter. Timings and PCR requirements may vary depending on where you are going. Fit to Fly tests are valid for all forms of travel.
Arrival Day 2 Antigen
What is a Antigen Day 2 test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red List, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. This can be a rapid antigen (lateral flow) test. Children aged 4 and under are exempt.
Arrival Day 2 PCR
What is a Day 2 PCR Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
Test to Release
What is Test to Release?
Test to Release is a government scheme only available in England, which offers unvaccinated people entering England from a country not on the Red list the option to shorten their self-isolation by receiving a negative PCR test. This can be taken from day 5 of isolation.
In-person local clinic
4.2 Satisfaction
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£18.00
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The Regenerative Clinic Leicester
The Regenerative Clinic Leicester
4.2 Satisfaction
Fit to Fly Antigen
What is a Rapid Antigen Test?
Some destinations accept a Rapid Antigen Test to prove that you do not have Covid prior to departure from the UK. These must meet strict minimum standards and must be accompanied by a Fit to Travel certificate.
Fit to Fly PCR
What is a Fit to Fly PCR Test?
When travelling from the UK, many countries require proof of a negative PCR test alongside a travel certificate in order for you to enter. Timings and PCR requirements may vary depending on where you are going. Fit to Fly tests are valid for all forms of travel.
Arrival Day 2 Antigen
What is a Antigen Day 2 test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red List, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. This can be a rapid antigen (lateral flow) test. Children aged 4 and under are exempt.
Arrival Day 2 PCR
What is a Day 2 PCR Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
Test to Release
What is Test to Release?
Test to Release is a government scheme only available in England, which offers unvaccinated people entering England from a country not on the Red list the option to shorten their self-isolation by receiving a negative PCR test. This can be taken from day 5 of isolation.
In-person local clinic
4.2 Satisfaction
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£18.00
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ZAVA
ZAVA
4.2 Satisfaction
Arrival Day 2 Antigen
What is a Antigen Day 2 test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red List, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. This can be a rapid antigen (lateral flow) test. Children aged 4 and under are exempt.
Arrival Day 2 PCR
What is a Day 2 PCR Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
Home Test
4.2 Satisfaction
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£18.89
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Corona Test Centre
Corona Test Centre
4.5 Satisfaction
Fit to Fly Antigen
What is a Rapid Antigen Test?
Some destinations accept a Rapid Antigen Test to prove that you do not have Covid prior to departure from the UK. These must meet strict minimum standards and must be accompanied by a Fit to Travel certificate.
Arrival Day 2 PCR
What is a Day 2 PCR Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a Day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all travellers who are not fully vaccinated to take a Covid PCR test on or before Day 2 and on or after Day 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
Test to Release
What is Test to Release?
Test to Release is a government scheme only available in England, which offers unvaccinated people entering England from a country not on the Red list the option to shorten their self-isolation by receiving a negative PCR test. This can be taken from day 5 of isolation.
Home Test
4.5 Satisfaction
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£19.00
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Project Screen by Prenetics
Project Screen by Prenetics
4.3 Satisfaction
Fit to Fly Antigen
What is a Rapid Antigen Test?
Some destinations accept a Rapid Antigen Test to prove that you do not have Covid prior to departure from the UK. These must meet strict minimum standards and must be accompanied by a Fit to Travel certificate.
Fit to Fly PCR
What is a Fit to Fly PCR Test?
When travelling from the UK, many countries require proof of a negative PCR test alongside a travel certificate in order for you to enter. Timings and PCR requirements may vary depending on where you are going. Fit to Fly tests are valid for all forms of travel.
Arrival Day 2 Antigen
What is a Antigen Day 2 test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red List, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. This can be a rapid antigen (lateral flow) test. Children aged 4 and under are exempt.
Arrival Day 2 PCR
What is a Day 2 PCR Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a Day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all travellers who are not fully vaccinated to take a Covid PCR test on or before Day 2 and on or after Day 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
Test to Release
What is Test to Release?
Test to Release is a government scheme only available in England, which offers unvaccinated people entering England from a country not on the Red list the option to shorten their self-isolation by receiving a negative PCR test. This can be taken from day 5 of isolation.
Home Test
4.3 Satisfaction
From
£19.00
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DocHQ
DocHQ
4.8 Satisfaction
Arrival Day 2 Antigen
What is a Antigen Day 2 test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red List, the government requires all fully vaccinated travellers to take a Covid test on or before Day 2 after arriving. This can be a rapid antigen (lateral flow) test. Children aged 4 and under are exempt.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a Day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a country not on the Red list, the government requires all travellers who are not fully vaccinated to take a Covid PCR test on or before Day 2 and on or after Day 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for children.
Home Test
4.8 Satisfaction
From
£19.25

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