New! Same day Rapid Antigen Tests for Fit to Fly.
We are proud to be a UK government-listed provider of the COVID-19 Test to Release International Travel scheme
PCR and same-day rapid antigen test to release are available.
Thank you for choosing AlphaMedicol.
YOU CAN NOT PARTICIPATE IN TEST TO RELEASE If you arrive in England and have been in: a red List country. Please read all information including FAQ before making a purchase. We cannot send you a test before the 5th full day of self-isolation, on a Sunday, or a public holiday. Before booking a test check if you have arrived from a country on the UK Government Red list
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE IN TEST TO RELEASE? From 02/08/2021 ::
Arrivals in England from outside the UK, Ireland, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, from a none red list country :
You don’t need to self-isolate if your job is listed as being exempt from the requirement to self-isolate.
Complete a very short but mandatory form. Please complete one form per individual traveller when you book your test, and we will give each traveller a unique test reference number for both PCR and rapid antigen Test to Release.
Please ensure the form is filled correctly e.g. making sure a child's form is in their name not that of the parent filling it out.
48 hours before your arrival in England, you will need to complete a Passenger locator form on the Gov. UK website for which you will need your unique test reference number
Once you arrive in England, go directly to the address where you will be self-isolating
AlphaMedicol Ltd. will post your PCR or rapid antigen COVID-19 test to release kit to the address where you are self-isolating ( If your venue of self-isolation changes please email email@example.com. ) your test kit will arrive on the fifth full day of self-isolation, however, please note we are not able to post kits to arrive on Sundays (even if that's your fifth day of self-isolation)
You may only take your COVID-19 Test to Release on or after the fifth full day of self-isolation.
You must remain at your self-isolation address until you receive your COVID-19 test to release results.
If your coronavirus PCR test result is negative you may stop self-isolating. but you must keep your test to release results to show the police if requested
If Your coronavirus test result is positive you must continue to self Isolate. For advice on what to do when self isolating please see the NHS website.
If you have not had symptoms of coronavirus, you must self-isolate for 10 days from your test date. If you have symptoms of coronavirus, you must self-isolate for 10 days from the day your symptoms started, if earlier than when you took your test. (The day after symptom onset or test date is counted as the first full day of self-isolation.) People you live with or are travelling with should also self-isolate for 10 days from the day you took a test.
You may be contacted for contact tracing and to check that you and those who you live or are travelling with, are self-isolating.
You must not travel, including to leave the UK, during self-isolation.Contact 111 if you need medical help. In an emergency dial 999.
If your coronavirus PCR test result is unclear. It’s not possible to say if you had the virus when the test was done.You must, by law, continue self-isolating for the remainder of your self-isolation period as an international arrival travelling to the UK from a non-exempt country, territory or region. If you want to shorten your self-isolation period you will need to take another test.