Day 2 and Day 8 COVID-19 Travel Test Package
MyHealthChecked is a listed on GOV.UK as a private provider of PCR tests. If you are travelling into England from an Amber or Red country, you must take a test on Day 2 and Day 8 of your 10-day quarantine period by law.
We can provide a Day 2 and 8 COVID Test Package for just £170 per person, including free UK delivery.
Due to the UK government’s requirement to include the customer’s COVID test order number on every Passenger Locator Form, you can only purchase one Day 2 and Day 8 Test Package per order.
Day 2 & Day 8 Travel Test Package Timeline
Day 3: Self-isolation
Your Day 2 sample should be arriving at our lab today.
Day 4: Day 2 Test Results
You will receive your results via email within 24-48 hours from when our lab starts processing. However, you’ll need to continue to self-isolate.
If the result is positive, you do not have to do your Day 8 test, but you must self-isolate for an additional 10 days.
Day 6: Wait for your Test-to-Release results
If you ordered an additional Test-To-Release kit, you can expect an update on your results 24-48 hours from when our lab starts processing.
You must continue to self-isolate until you get your results. If negative, you can end quarantine early.
Day 8: Take your Day 8 test
Don’t forget to activate your kit and post it back using a Royal Mail Priority Postbox and continue to self-isolate.
Even if your Test-to-Release result is negative, you will still need to take your Day 8 test.
Day 9: Continue to self-isolate
If you have not used Test-to-Release, continue to isolate.
Your Day 8 sample should be arriving at our lab today. You will receive your results via email within 24-48 hours from when our lab starts processing.
If you get a positive test result from your Day 8 test, you will need to quarantine until Day 19.
Your household will also need to quarantine until Day 19.
Day 10: Isolation ends
If your Day 8 test result is negative, you are free to end quarantine.
Day 2 and Day 8 FAQs
Guidelines change regularly – so please make sure you constantly check the Gov.UK website.