CALLING ALL LONDONERS BOOK TEST DOOR2DOOR TESTING We bring testing to your doorstep. Seven days a week. Anywhere in London. In fact, anywhere within the M25 circular.

Our antigen kits are CE marked and approved by the UK (MHRA, DHSC)  with 98.8% sensitivity, 97.1% specificity and approved for customer self testing independently. Detects new variants including Indian variant.

Our Process

Step 1

Place your order online specifying type of test, speed of results required and when required

Step 2

We despatch a rider to your door to provide your tests in the comfort of your own home or at your workplace. We wait while you perform your tests and then hand back to our driver

Step 3

We get your test kits to our laboratories for next day or same day results

Travel safely to your destination country with a Fit-To-Fly certificate by undertaking a PCR

  • £115
  • Fit to fly test with next day result
  • Has to be booked at the latest the day before the test is required by 5pm 
  • Accepted by all airlines

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  • £150
  • Fit to fly test with same day result
  • Has to be booked at the latest by 11am on the day of test required
  • Accepted by all airlines

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We offer the Test to Release PCR test from day 5 of your return to the UK in order to release yourself early from the ten day quarantine period

  • £115.00 
  • Has to be booked at the latest the day before the test is required by 5pm 
  • Release yourself early from quarantine

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  • £150.00
  • Release yourself early from quarantine with day 5 test
  • Has to be booked at the latest by 11am on the day of test required

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This service is available seven days a week. You can book three different time slots (8am – 11am, 11am – 2pm and 2-5pm) for our rider to meet you at your door unless booking a test with same day results which is only available from 8am – 12pm (midday). 
Tracking notification is sent on the morning of the test day to keep you informed.

Frequently asked questions

Do I have to take a Covid-19 test before I travel? + -

Yes. You need a negative Covid-19 test result taken 3 days before you depart to England. For example if your journey departs on Saturday you can take the test on the Wednesday prior see https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england

Can I use an NHS Covid-19 test? + -

No, NHS Covid-19 tests are not accepted. You will need to book from a private provider.

When will I get my test kit? + -

If you order by 2pm you will receive your antigen kit the next day 7 days a week. Alternatively if you would like to collect a kit in person you can from one of our sites, opening hours and locations are available at https://101testing.co.uk/day-2-test.

How accurate is my test? + -

Our nasal swab antigen test kit is UK government approved and works within 15minutes. It has 98.8% accurate (≥97% specificity, ≥96% sensitivity)

What if my test result comes back inconclusive? + -

If your test comes back inconclusive, we cannot issue a fit to fly certificate. Please contact our sales team for further advice/ a discounted kit.

How do I get to my quarantine location? + -

You may use whatever mode of transportation necessary to travel to your quarantine location. Only use public transport if absolutely necessary. Do NOT travel by public transport if you have any symptoms at all.

How should I prepare for my trip to UK? + -

Within 3 days of your travel date to England, take a Covid-19 test with a negative result (please see government. You will need to request and buy a day 2 or day 2/8 Test Package before boarding for England.

 

A passenger locator form must be completed with your quarantine address and your Passenger Locator Form number which we provide on booking.

If I wish to travel from a red list country, what should I do? + -

There is a ban on travel from red list countries to the UK. If you’re travelling from, or have passed through a red list country in the 10 days prior to arrival in England, you must adhere to the UK government’s guidelines.

When is my quarantine over? + -

If you are travelling from a ‘green’ listed country, you do not need to quarantine. If you test positive on the day 2 test you would need to quarantine for a further 10 days from the date of the test.


If you are travelling from an ‘amber’ listed country and you have returned two negative tests for day 2 and 8 you must quarantine for the full 10 days unless you have taken the Test to Release test which can be taken on day 5 after your arrival.


Please note if your day 8 test is negative, you must still quarantine for the full 10 days.


If your day 2 is positive you must quarantine from 10 days after your day 2 result. If you are in quarantine with people you have travelled with, they will also need to quarantine for 10 further days. If you receive a positive result for your day 2 test, you will not be required to take any further tests.

 

However, people you are staying with will need to take a day 8 test test if they have received a negative result from their day 2 test and have not developed symptoms.


If your day 8 test is not taken you must quarantine for 14 days.


If your day 8 test is positive you must quarantine for a further 10 days from your day 8 test date.


If your day 8 test is inconclusive, you will need to do a further test and quarantine until a negative test result or 14 days.

Is the Travel Test (day 2 and day 8) Package different to the Test to Release scheme? + -

Yes! We know guidelines and legislation are constantly changing and it can be difficult to keep up. The Test to Release scheme involves a PCR test taken on day 5 after your arrival with the purpose of releasing you early from your quarantine. The Test to Release scheme is optional whereas the Travel Test Package is mandatory. More information on the Test to Release scheme can be found on our relevant page regarding it.

 

Please note  even if you test negative through the Test to Release scheme and finish your quarantine early, you still need to take your day 8 test.

If I test positive on either test, what happens? + -

If either test—day 2 or 8—are positive, you must quarantine for an additional 10 days. More info will be provided with your test results. The purpose of the day 2 and 8 tests is to detect any travellers with a variant of coronavirus.  A positive test result is therefore further analysed at our laboratory with genome sequencing to look for this – there will be no additional cost if this needs to be done. 

Some tests may show that a person has a “variant” of the coronavirus. This will result in contact tracing and Public Health England involvement.

There is more information regarding this available on the government website.

When will I get my test results? + -

If you are using the postal kit option, we send the kits out to reach you by day 2 latest. It usually takes one day for the samples to reach us in the lab and then upto 24 hours for our laboratory to process the result.

 

Let’s make that easier for you with a worked example;

 

 Arrival to UK June 1st - this is considered day 0.

June 2nd to 3rd - kit arrives (day 1-2)

June 3rd (day 2) - undertake day 2 sample and return to us.

June 4th (day 3) - kit reaches lab, may get test result same day

June 5th (day 4) - day 2 result expected

June 9th (day 8) - undertake day 8 sample and return to us

June 10th (day 9) - kit reaches lab, may get test result same day

June 11th (day 10) -  result expected

What happens if I prolong my stay beyond 8 days, after only having booked a Day 2 Test package? + -

You can book a separate Day 8 only Travel Test package here (link to day 8 booking)

I am staying in the UK for less than 8 days, do I still need to book a Day 2 & 8 Test? + -

No, you can just book the Day 2 only travel test package here.

What happens if I do not register my test? + -

If you do not register your test, it will come back to our lab but we won’t be able to know that it is yours and you will not get your results.

You will need to pay for a replacement test - please get in touch with our team and we can organise this for you.

Where can I find my reference number for my Passenger Locator Form? + -

Your reference number will be located in your confirmation email.

 

It can also be found in the ‘My account’ section of the website after you have clicked on your specific order. It starts with PHCTE and is followed by 7 digits.

How can I perform the test myself? + -

Do not worry, all of our home tests come with very clear instructions. You can always contact our customer service team on orders@101testing.co.uk or on phone if you need any help. Please also check the ‘What Happens Next’ page of the website. Please make sure that you read them carefully and that you complete the check list at the end of your Instruction sheet.

How will I know when my results are ready? + -

You will receive email notification when your results are ready, you will then need to login to your account to check your results and download your certificate.

Get in touch

For all enquiries please use the contact form to get to the right department. Our inboxes are monitored regularly.