COVID-19 Day 2 Test

Government recognised provider

COVID-19 Day 2 Test

  • Receive your test kit at home (incl. return label) 
  • Secure, verifiable results sent by email in digital, PDF & Apple/Android wallet formats
  • No need to leave the house

Covid-19 PCR Test

How to Order Your COVID-19 Home Test Kit

The simplest and most accurate way to get tested today

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Order your home test kit online

Order before 2pm Monday–Friday to receive your COVID-19 Day 2 Test to your door via DPD next day tracked service.

*Orders placed after 2pm Friday or over the weekend are dispatched the next week day (excludes public holidays).

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Doing your test at home

Collect your sample and send it to our lab using a pre-paid Royal Mail postage label and post at a Priority Postbox, or drop it off at one of our nationwide clinics for even faster results. Results available within 24 hours of our lab receiving your sample.

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Receive your certified results by secure email

Your sample is analysed and you’ll receive your doctor-signed results certificate within 24 hours of our lab receiving your sample.

Looking for a clinic test or need results faster?

Visit one of our nationwide test centres with over 1,000 in person appointments available daily. They also serve as a convenient pick up and drop off point for home test kits.

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Home certified testing

All PCR and antigen test results are verified and come with a certificate valid for international outbound and UK return travel.


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Dr. Jeremy Harris

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We've helped people fly to
74 countries around the world

Including China, Dubai, India, Italy, Greece, Germany, Maldives, Spain, France, Thailand, Japan and the USA.

FAQs About The COVID-19 Day 2 Test

Have questions? Get answers to your questions from our expert covid support team 7 days a week.

As overseas travel can take place from 17 May, the government has devised a traffic light system which classifies international travel destinations based on Covid-19 risks. Countries may be red, amber, or green. Each colour corresponds to specific rules when returning to the UK.


What do the three colours of the UK’s ‘Traffic Light System’ for travel mean?

  • Red: You must pay for a 10-day stay in a managed quarantine hotel, as well as a pre-departure test and two PCR tests upon return to the UK (Day 2 & Day 8).
  • Amber: You will need to quarantine for 10 days, as well as taking a pre-departure test, and two PCR tests on return to the UK (Day 2 & Day 8). Optionally you can take a test on Day 5 (Test to Release) to leave quarantine early.
  • Green: You will not need to quarantine on return, but you must take a pre-departure test, and a PCR test on return to the UK on Day 2.


How will the government decide which countries go on the green, amber or red lists?

Countries are assigned to the three lists, based on a range of Covid-19 health metrics, which include figures on population vaccination, infection rates and prevalence of variants. The different traffic light colours indicate the risk in each destination and the associated tests and quarantine periods required. Lists are reassessed every three weeks, to account for changes in each country’s COVID-19 situation.

Before you travel to England you must
On arrival in England you must
Red List
  • Complete a passenger locator form
  • Take a COVID-19 test
  • Book a quarantine hotel package (including 2 COVID-19 tests)
  • Quarantine in a managed hotel, including 2 COVID-19 tests
Amber List
  • Complete a passenger locator form
  • Take a COVID-19 test
  • Book Day 2 and Day 8 COVID-19 travel tests (to be taken after arrival in England)
  • Quarantine at home/place you are staying for 10 days
  • Take a COVID-19 test on/before Day 2 and on/after Day 8
  • You may be able to end quarantine early through ‘Test to Release’
Green List
  • Complete a passenger locator form
  • Take a COVID-19 test
  • Book a Day 2 COVID-19 test
  • Take a COVID-19 test on/before Day 2 after you arrive
  • You do not need to quarantine unless the test result is positive.

If you’re arriving in the UK from a green list country you’ll need to take a Covid-19 PCR test on Day 2. You will not need to quarantine on return. These tests are compulsory for all international arrivals outside of the UK, Ireland, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.

Take a COVID-19 test (Fit to Fly test) and get a negative result during the 3 days before you travel.

Book and pay for a Day 2 Travel Test Package, which includes COVID-19 tests to be taken on Day 2.

Complete a passenger locator form with details of where you will be staying when you arrive and the Day 2 test package booking reference number.

You can find more information on the passenger locator form on the government website.

If you arrive from a country that is on the Gov.uk banned list during the last 10 days you must follow the UK government’s guidance.

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