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TEST TO RELEASE

Under UK Government legislation, it is now mandatory to have two Covid-19 tests after international travel as well as self-isolating with your household for 10 days. If you live with others, even if they have not travelled, they must isolate with you. 

You’re required to undertake a PCR test on or before day 2 for variant surveillance and a follow up test on or after day 8 of your quarantine.

 

However, if you opt in for the government ‘Test to Release’ program (as long as you have not been to or travelled through a ‘red list’ country) on Day 5 of your quarantine you can take a PCR test. If the results are negative you and your household can exit quarantine.

 

Please note that you will still need to take the mandatory Day 8 test regardless of Test to Release. 

If you decide to take part in the scheme after you have arrived in England, you will need to complete a passenger locator form.

Arrange a qualified medical professional to swab you in an environment that suits you, at a time that is best for you and your family. Full PPE will be worn by our trained medical professionals on attendance. Our partnered laboratories have a 12-24 hour turn around.

 

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