frequently asked questions
The ‘Test to Release’ test will drop your self-isolation period from 10 days to 6, but will only be shortened if your test results come back as negative.
No, Test to Release is voluntary. You can just self-isolate for 10 days on return from amber list country.
You cannot take a test until you have been in England for 5 full days. If the result is negative, you can stop self-isolating.
Yes, you must continue to self-isolate until you have received a negative test result.
You can use a test to release day 5 test to reduce your quarantine period to 6 days.
Call our sales team on 0203 974 6950 or book online. Payment is taken at the time of booking. If you decide to cancel, you must give us at least 24 hours notice and a £25 cancellation fee will apply. We do not charge for rescheduling your appointment.
The test will cost £125 and results will be sent to you via email by 6.30pm the next day (9.30pm on Mondays).
You will receive your results the next day by 6.30PM except for Sunday appointments in which you will receive your results the next day before 9.30PM (no earlier than 8.30PM).
Booking must be paid over the phone at time of booking. You can also book online
We accept all major debit or credit cards including American Express.
Yes, you are permitted to travel to a Covid-19 testing clinic as part of Test to Release, as long as you live in England and it has been 5 or more days since you arrived.
Yes, we will send you an email with an attached PDF confirming your results.
Our tests are 99.9% accurate in detecting the COVID-19 virus. The test is Public Health England (PHE) / CE IVD (FD) approved and is performed to UKAS ISO 15189 standards.
If your test comes back positive then you must self-isolate for at least 10 days after your positive test date.
People you live with or are travelling with should also self-isolate for 10 days from the date you took a test. You must not travel around or outside the UK until the self-isolation period has ended.
Please contact 111 if you require any medical help. In case on an emergency, please dial 999.
The scheme is voluntary and applies to those quarantining in England only.