If you are returning from a destination that provokes mandatory isolation, you can end your isolation on day 5 with Test to Release in Epsom when you return. Following the release of the Government travel lists, you are required to quarantine for 10 days upon your return from red and amber list countries.
In order to leave quarantine when travelling from any of the aforementioned areas, you are required to isolate for the full 10 days. A negative result is compulsory in order to leave isolation. However, Test to Release offers you the opportunity to pay for a private Covid test, 5 full days after your return from abroad.
The list is updated constantly in order to maintain control over any emerging variants and strains of Covid; regulations may differ depending on the airline or country. Therefore, we advise that you visit the Government and Foreign Office Websites for guidance in advance of your travel.
It is important to note that even if your day 5 result is negative, and you end isolation, you are also required to complete your day 8 test, if required.
Cut your isolation short with test to release, with fast, efficient turnaround to get you back to your busy schedule. Our test is a home testing kit, and it requires a swab of both tonsils, or the area where your tonsils would have been.
Please Note: You are required to book an individual test for each person using the scheme, including children.
We also offer you the chance to purchase a Travel Test Package, containing all of the tests we offer: Fit to Fly, Test to Release, Day 2 and 8 for just £399. You can find out more about our PCR testing here.
Get in touch and book in for your tests below.
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