Please refer to your Home Countries Government website to determine what tests you need with your vaccination status: 'What test do I need for my trip?'
Fully Vaccinated Passengers:
No longer need to have a pre-arrival test to enter back into the England ( please check Government website for Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland).
Non/Partially vaccinated or do not qualify under the fully vaccinated rules:
If you are travelling to England you must carry out a test within 72 hours of arrival in England except children under 11 do not need to test pre-arrival. ( please check Government website for Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland).
Book a video appointment for within 3 three days of travel back to the UK, and we'll send you a test kit to pack in your suitcase, and then have a video call with you to help you take your test. This takes away the stress of finding a test centre in the country you are travelling to.
At your appointment time, you will join a video conference with one of our health professionals who will guide you through the taking of the test and witness the results. Once your negative test has been witnessed, you can upload the photo of the result and we will issue your certificate within 30-60 minutes to enable you to board your flight back to England. You will receive a final email reminder 20 minutes before your test video appointment, with a link to click on, which will take you directly to an online waiting room where as soon as a video tester is free they will connect to you.
Make sure you book your test in good time to allow postage of your tests before you travel. We suggest a minimum of four working days before your departure date.
Supervised Antigen Video Self-Test - This is non-refundable and payable at time of booking online.
More info on the requirements can be found here: Foreign Travel Advice (Gov UK)
You can pre-book your tests in advance by visiting: Collinson Testing Centres
Further to the UK Government's announcement on the 17th September please visit here ( insert link to Latest Travel Updates - England article) for the latest information on test requirements