Private COVID-19 tests for the Test to Release Scheme

About Test to Release testing

If you’re planning on travelling to England from an AMBER designated country, you must now quarantine for 10 days. Your Private Health is offering private COVID-19 tests for the Test to Release Scheme in Manchester, and as home testing kits. Keep reading to learn more about the Test to Release scheme.

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How the Test to Release Scheme Works

If you arrive in England from somewhere outside of the UK, Ireland, the Channel Islands, or the Isle of Man, current government legislation states that you must quarantine for 10 days upon arrival. Under the Test to Release Scheme, you can choose to pay for a private COVID-19 test, whereby you can end your quarantine early if it comes back negative. However, you cannot take a test until after you have been in England for 5 days.

Book your in-clinic test today to opt into the Test to Release Scheme. Alternatively, you can order a TTR Home Kit by calling Your Private Health today.

Please note the timescales indicated below are applicable when tests are done in clinic. For postal kits, additional postage time for the sample to reach the laboratory must be added.

Express

Express turnaround by 10pm the following day after test taken

24 Hour Turnaround Time.

Price: £139

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Ultrafast

Ultrafast turnaround by 10pm the same day test is taken. Must be booked by 1.30pm.

Same Day Turnaround.

Price: £249

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Personal Service

Once you have deposited your sample, it will be sent to an accredited UKAS laboratory for analysis.

Fast Results

Express and Ultrafast Results available. Choose the service you require.

Accredited Results

If your Test to Release returns a negative result, you can leave quarantine as soon as you receive your results.

About the TTR Scheme and Tests

  • How to Take Part in the Test to Release Scheme

    If you wish to end your quarantine earlier by using the Test to Release Scheme in the UK, you need to:

    • Book a TTR test with Your Private Health, we are an accredited covid test provider and use only UKAS accredited laboratories.
    • Choose to opt into the scheme on the passenger locator form
    • Enter details of your test in the passenger locator form.
    • After you complete the form you will receive a QR code via email. You can print this out or show it on your phone as proof of completion.
  • Where can I take a TTR test?

    If you wish to take part in the Test to Release scheme, Your Private Health can either send a COVID-19 test to the address where you are quarantining, or you can attend our clinic in Wilmslow.

    During the 10 day quarantine upon arrival in England, you may leave your home to post your test, or travel directly to and from our clinic. Follow government guidelines in this case, and where possible, avoid public transport.

  • Can I Order a TTR Home Kit?

    You can phone Your Private Health to order a home testing kit. Please allow at least 24 hours from booking to receiving the kit. All instructions and self addressed paid envelope to return the kit will be included.

  • When should I book my TTR test?

    You should book your test before you travel to England. This is so you can enter details of the test when you opt into the scheme on the passenger locator form.

    If you decide to take part in the scheme after you have arrived in England, you will need to complete another passenger locator form.

  • When Do I Take the TTR?

    You must quarantine on arrival in England. You can take a test no earlier than the 5th day after arrival in England.

    You must continue to quarantine while you await your test result.

  • What about other members of the family or group?

    You will need to book an individual test for each person opting into Test to Release, including children.

  • Can I Take the Test to Release If Travelling From Any Country

    You cannot use the Test to Release scheme if you have been in or through any country that is on the travel ban red list in the 10 days before you arrive in England.

  • What Happens if my Test to Release Comes Back Negative?

    If the test result is negative you can stop quarantine as soon as you receive the result.

  • What Happens if my Test to Release Comes Back Positive?

    If the test is positive you need to quarantine for another 10 days. Count the 10 days starting from the day after you took the test, or from when you first had symptoms if that is earlier.

    People you live with in the UK, or people you are staying with, should also quarantine for 10 days from the date of your positive test.

  • What if my Test to Release Was Inconclusive?

    In the rare occasion, If the result from your test is inconclusive you must continue to quarantine. The test can be repeated.