How your Day 2 Test Works?
You will need to book your test before you travel to the UK. This is so you can enter details of the test when you opt into the scheme on your passenger locator form.
The tests will be despatched via your chosen postal service, so please take the speed of these into account. The test is to be taken on or before Day 2 of your isolation. The price of the test includes everything you need to take the test, get your results and be fully compliant with UK Law.
- Test Type: COVID-19 SARS-Cov-2
- Lateral Flow Swab test
- Government approved Day 2 test
- To detect whether you currently have the virus
- Swab sample: Throat / Nose
- Result Turnaround: 15 minutes
- Accuracy: 99.3%
- Individual test cassette
- Individual solution
- Instruction Manual
- Validation card for online verification
Most frequent questions and answers
This test is taken at home. Everything you need to carry out the test will be sent to you. The test displays results within 15-30 minutes, which can be read in person and are validated by our Healthcare team via the online verification system. This test does not require a Laboratory or for you to submit a postal sample.
You will need to book your test before you travel to the UK. This is so you can enter the reference number on to your Passenger Locator Form. When you order your test you will be given different shipping options, please choose the one most appropriate for your timeframe.
Compared to PCR tests, LFTs are not quite as accurate but give much quicker and cost effective results. These tests are UK Government approved and the best on the market, with an overall accuracy of 99.3% (compared to 99.7% PCR test). Please contact us for full technical information
No, this test is a LFT test to detect current infections. To see if you have previously been infected with Coronavirus you can try our antibody test.
We keep your data secure in our system and ensure your privacy is maintained throughout the process.
Please note that positive tests results may be shared as anonymised data with Public Health England as this is a legal obligation.