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Apollo
Apollo
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.
Home Test
4.5 Satisfaction
£25
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CityDoc Medical
London Bridge
4 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 certificate?
A Fit to Fly or Fit to Travel certificate is a document provided alongside a negative PCR or antigen test as proof that it is safe for you to travel. This is a requirement for many countries and applies to all types of travel.
Arrival Day 2
What is a day 2 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a Green list country, or if you are double-vaccinated and arriving from an Amber country, the government requires a PCR Covid test to be conducted on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from an Amber List country, the government requires all travellers who are not fully-vaccinated to take a PCR Covid test on Day 2 & 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
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 Amber countries 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 Satisfaction
From
£25
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DocHQ
DocHQ
4.9 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 certificate?
A Fit to Fly or Fit to Travel certificate is a document provided alongside a negative PCR or antigen test as proof that it is safe for you to travel. This is a requirement for many countries and applies to all types of travel.
Arrival Day 2
What is a day 2 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a Green list country, or if you are double-vaccinated and arriving from an Amber country, the government requires a PCR Covid test to be conducted on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from an Amber List country, the government requires all travellers who are not fully-vaccinated to take a PCR Covid test on Day 2 & 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
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 Amber countries the option to shorten their self-isolation by receiving a negative PCR test. This can be taken from day 5 of isolation.
Home Test
4.9 Satisfaction
From
£26
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Corona Test Centre
Bristol
4.6 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 certificate?
A Fit to Fly or Fit to Travel certificate is a document provided alongside a negative PCR or antigen test as proof that it is safe for you to travel. This is a requirement for many countries and applies to all types of travel.
Arrival Day 2
What is a day 2 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a Green list country, or if you are double-vaccinated and arriving from an Amber country, the government requires a PCR Covid test to be conducted on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from an Amber List country, the government requires all travellers who are not fully-vaccinated to take a PCR Covid test on Day 2 & 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
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 Amber countries the option to shorten their self-isolation by receiving a negative PCR test. This can be taken from day 5 of isolation.
4.6 Satisfaction
£30
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Project Screen by Prenetics
Project Screen by Prenetics
3.8 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 certificate?
A Fit to Fly or Fit to Travel certificate is a document provided alongside a negative PCR or antigen test as proof that it is safe for you to travel. This is a requirement for many countries and applies to all types of travel.
Arrival Day 2
What is a day 2 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a Green list country, or if you are double-vaccinated and arriving from an Amber country, the government requires a PCR Covid test to be conducted on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from an Amber List country, the government requires all travellers who are not fully-vaccinated to take a PCR Covid test on Day 2 & 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
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 Amber countries the option to shorten their self-isolation by receiving a negative PCR test. This can be taken from day 5 of isolation.
Home Test
3.8 Satisfaction
From
£30
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Medwyn Occupational Health
Medwyn Occupational Health
4.6 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 certificate?
A Fit to Fly or Fit to Travel certificate is a document provided alongside a negative PCR or antigen test as proof that it is safe for you to travel. This is a requirement for many countries and applies to all types of travel.
Arrival Day 2
What is a day 2 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a Green list country, or if you are double-vaccinated and arriving from an Amber country, the government requires a PCR Covid test to be conducted on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from an Amber List country, the government requires all travellers who are not fully-vaccinated to take a PCR Covid test on Day 2 & 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
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 Amber countries the option to shorten their self-isolation by receiving a negative PCR test. This can be taken from day 5 of isolation.
Home Test
4.6 Satisfaction
From
£34
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Assured Screening by Honeyman Group
Carlisle Home test drop-off location
4.5 Satisfaction
Arrival Day 2
What is a day 2 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a Green list country, or if you are double-vaccinated and arriving from an Amber country, the government requires a PCR Covid test to be conducted on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
Home Test
4.5 Satisfaction
£50
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Goodbody Clinic
Acton
4.4 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 certificate?
A Fit to Fly or Fit to Travel certificate is a document provided alongside a negative PCR or antigen test as proof that it is safe for you to travel. This is a requirement for many countries and applies to all types of travel.
Arrival Day 2
What is a day 2 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a Green list country, or if you are double-vaccinated and arriving from an Amber country, the government requires a PCR Covid test to be conducted on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from an Amber List country, the government requires all travellers who are not fully-vaccinated to take a PCR Covid test on Day 2 & 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
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 Amber countries the option to shorten their self-isolation by receiving a negative PCR test. This can be taken from day 5 of isolation.
Home Test
4.4 Satisfaction
From
£59
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ZAVA
ZAVA
4.1 Satisfaction
Arrival Day 2
What is a day 2 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a Green list country, or if you are double-vaccinated and arriving from an Amber country, the government requires a PCR Covid test to be conducted on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
Home Test
4.1 Satisfaction
£59
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Apollo Testing
Apollo Testing
4.5 Satisfaction
Arrival Day 2
What is a day 2 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from a Green list country, or if you are double-vaccinated and arriving from an Amber country, the government requires a PCR Covid test to be conducted on or before Day 2 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
Arrival Day 2 & 8
What is a day 2&8 Arrival Test?
When arriving in the UK from an Amber List country, the government requires all travellers who are not fully-vaccinated to take a PCR Covid test on Day 2 & 8 after arriving. Rules may vary for the rest of the UK and for children. Some countries or territories may only permit these tests to be conducted via the government provider.
Home Test
4.5 Satisfaction
From
£64

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