Day 2 Test (PCR - Fully vaccinated)

All fully-vaccinated arrivals into the UK from abroad are required to take a PCR test on or before Day 2. This package includes the Government-approved test to take, which come with free delivery and return labels to send to the lab. Please note that tests must be ordered one person at a time to generate individual reference numbers and tests are despatched on purchase.

* We have a 95% success rate of results within 24 hours of receiving your sample at the Lab but cannot guarantee turnaround times. CT24 cannot be held responsible for delays in delivery from Royal Mail.

£68.00

Product Information

Description

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Order the tests online prior to your departure, with free delivery to your isolation location

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We will request personal information and details of your journey to register the test

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Your tests will arrive in time to take on Day 2

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Use the prepaid envelope to send your test to the lab for analysis

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Get your results within 24 hours of the lab receiving your test

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Follow the instructions from the result of your test and be fully compliant with UK law

You will need to book your test before you travel to England. This is so you can enter details of the test when you opt into the scheme on your passenger locator form. When you order your test we will ask you for information to register the test with the UK Government.

The tests will be despatched via DPD the day after ordering, for next day delivery. Please ensure that there is someone at the isolation address to receive these. The test is to be taken on or before Day 2 of your isolation. The price of the test includes free delivery to your location of isolation and then onto the lab via our prepaid delivery label. Results will be sent to you by email.

  • Test Type: COVID-19 SARS-Cov-2
  • PCR Swab test
  • Government approved Day 2 / Day 8 tests
  • To detect whether you currently have the virus
  • Swab sample: Throat / Nose
  • Result Turnaround: 24 hours
  • Accuracy: 99.7%

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

This test is a legal requirement for all arrivals into the UK who are fully vaccinated. Please check which vaccines are accepted by the UK Government here: vaccines accepted

This is a PCR swab test that tells you if you are currently infected with Coronavirus. Your results will either be ‘Positive’, ‘Negative’ or ‘Inconclusive’ (test to be retaken). Taking these tests will make you compliant with the current regulations for travelling into the UK.

Everything you need to carry out the test will be sent to selected address. Once you have taken your swab, it is sent to our UKAS ISO accredited lab to analyse the results, in the same way the NHS, Government and Public Health England tests are.

Your results will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the test being received at the lab. Please note that all tests are sent to us via Royal Mail and there are occasionally delays with this service. CT24 cannot be responsible for any delays or issues with Royal Mail.

You will need to book your test before you travel to England. This is so you can enter details of the test when you opt into the scheme on your passenger locator form. When you order your test we will ask you for information to register the test with the UK Government. The tests will be despatched via DPD the day after ordering, for next day delivery. Please ensure that there is someone at the isolation address to receive these. 

This indicates you are currently infected with Covid-19. You will need to isolate and follow the latest Government guidance as per this: www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Our PCR tests are the ‘gold standard’ in detecting infection for Covid-19 and the same tests that the NHS, UK Government and Public Health Use. They are processed by our UKAS ISO accredited lab and are 99.7% accurate with the correct sampling technique.

We keep your data secure in our system and ensure your privacy is maintained throughout the process. All samples are disposed of following analysis.

Please note that positive tests results will be shared as anonymised data with Public Health England as this is a legal obligation.