Instructions to complete booking of this test:
- Please select a date and time for your Day 2 appointment and press press ‘book now’
- Your Day5 and Day8 appointment will be booked when you attend the clinic for your Day2 test
- Your appointment date should be correct based on your arrival date and as stated in the government requirements. Our clinic and/or laboratory may refuse the test if this is not the case
This combination test is for unvaccinated customers. In this instance, you are required to isolate for 10 days and perform ‘at least’ two tests on Day 2(which can be performed on Day 0 (arrival date), Day 1 or Day2) and Day 8 (which must be performed Day 8 or after where Day 0 is your arrival date. As you are also purchasing a Day 5 Test to Release, if the results of your Day 2 and Day 5 are negative , you are allowed to come out of quarantine once you receive your results for this test and it is negative. You should use the unique code to fill up the passenger locator form. Please only use the first 12 characters. Please note that it is the same code for Day 2 and Day 8 These are in clinic tests and the test will be performed our Healthcare staff. You are allowed to travel to the clinic for the test(s).
Your Unique test code for the Passenger Locator Form will be on your confirmation email which is issued to the billing email provided after you have checked out and paid for the test.
Each test is a ‘Nextday’ test result, the definition of which can be found using the Information button located at the bottom of each set of tests for further clarification and timescales.
A PCR Swab Test detects the presence of the RNA of the virus itself. This means that it will pick up the presence of the actual virus in the nose and throat, and is 100% sensitive at detecting any trace of the virus. Once your sample has been processed, you will then receive your results via email with certification from a clinician.
Test Preparation: Please make sure you don’t eat, drink or chew gum at least 30 minutes before you take the mouth and nasal swab test. Doing this can contaminate your sample, which may result in it needing a retest and therefore, delaying your result.