Covid-19 Testing Marlow

Private Covid-19 Testing Site – Marlow, Bucks

We offer guaranteed same/next day results. Same day results by 7pm. Next day results by 7pm the next day for Fit to Fly PCR tests. If you are booking a package then book your first date online and subsequent appointments will be booked when you come for your first appointment.

At our Marlow clinic, we offer a range of Covid-19 testing. We are 6 minutes from the M40 and have plenty of free parking available. We are listed as a private Covid-19 test provider on the gov.uk website. We are currently the only UKAS registered testing site in Marlow. We are also a CQC regulated health care clinic. Guaranteed same day /next day results.

It is your responsibility to find out which tests you need for the country that you are travelling to/from. Before you book please check the government website for information on which tests you need.

Please note the following: 1. Only attend the clinic if you have a pre-booked appointment. 2. If you are experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms, please self isolate and follow government advicedo not come in for a test if you have symptoms of COVID-19 as you will put other people at risk by travelling to the clinic. 3. If you are very sick, seek medical attention immediately. 4. Not everyone needs to be tested for COVID-19 5. Most people have mild illnesses and are able to recover at home without medical care. They may not need to be tested. 6. There is no treatment specifically approved for people who have COVID-19.

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‘Fit to Fly’ Antigen Test

Depending on where you are travelling to you will need either a PCR test or an antigen test. All tests are administered by medically trained staff. Our Antigen tests are SD Biosensor by Roche which are accepted by most countries. It is your responsibility to find out which test is required for the country that you are travelling to.

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£49

‘Fit to Fly’ PCR Test

The PCR test (sometimes called Molecular test, or RT-PCR Test or SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR Test) shows if the virus is currently present in your body. This is the type of test required by most travel companies and airlines before you travel. Guaranteed same day results by 7pm and next day results by 7pm the next day.

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£75 Next Day Results / £95 Same Day Results

Entering the UK 🛬

Day 2 RT-PCR Test

If you are entering the UK without a government approved vaccine then you will need a Day 2 PCR test. All tests are administered by medically trained staff. Please note that your day of arrival is day 0. It is your responsibility to check the current entry requirements for when you return. This pack includes:

🛬 Day 2 RT-PCR test

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£75 Next Day Results / £95 Same Day Results

General Testing

PCR Test

The PCR test (sometimes called Molecular test, or RT-PCR Test or SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR Test) shows if the virus is currently present in your body. This is the type of test required by most travel companies and airlines before you travel. Guaranteed same day results by 7pm and next day results by 7pm the next day.

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£75 Next Day Results / £95 Same Day Results

Antigen Test

This COVID-19 rapid test identifies COVID-19 present in a swab sample and gives a qualitative yes/no result within 15 minutes. A swab is used to sample from both nose and throat (nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal sample) and introduced into the test cassette by suspension in a buffer solution. All tests are administered by medically trained staff. Our Antigen tests are SD Biosensor by Roche which are accepted in most countries.

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£49

Test Results

 Same day results by 7pm. Next day results by 7pm the next day.

If you’ve taken a test at the La Perla COVID-19 Testing Site and included an email address when you scheduled your appointment, you will receive an email with your test result certificate.

Negative Test Instructions

If you tested negative for COVID-19, the recommendation is to stay home and practice social distancing until 72 hours after your fever has ended without the use of fever reducing medications and other symptoms improve. After this time, you may resume regular activities. Make sure to follow state mandates: wear a mask, social distance; continue to wash your hands and have good cough etiquette.

If you test negative for COVID-19 but still have symptoms, it is likely you may have another respiratory virus. You should continue to self-isolate yourself from others, practice good hand hygiene and clean and disinfect surfaces in the home. If your symptoms worsen or don’t get better after several days, you should call your health care provider.

You should not return to work or school until 72 hours after your fever has ended without the use of fever-reducing medications and other symptoms have improved. (Make sure to follow state mandates: wear a mask, social distance; continue to wash your hands and have good cough etiquette.)

As long as the virus that causes COVID-19 is spreading in your community, continue to practice social distancing, wash hands often and avoid touching your face, and clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces daily in household common areas (e.g. tables, hard-backed chairs, doorknobs, light switches, remotes, handles, desks, toilets, sinks, phones).

Positive Test Instructions

If you tested positive, you must stay at home and self-isolate. This means stay in a different bedroom from others in your home, and if possible, use a separate bathroom. You must self-isolate for at least 3 full days (or 72 hours) have passed since you had a fever without the use of fever-reducing medications AND other symptoms are greatly improved AND at least 7 days have passed since symptoms first started.

If you live with other people and they were not tested, they should keep their distance from you. This includes not eating meals together and not sitting around the house together. Practice social distancing as much as is possible (stay at least 6 feet from each other).

If they are symptomatic (sick; have COVID-19 symptoms), they should also self-isolate for 3 full days (or 72 hours) until they are fever-free without the use of fever-reducing medications AND other symptoms are greatly improved AND at least 7 days have passed since symptoms first started. If the symptoms are mild, they should recover at home. If the symptoms worsen and a medical evaluation is needed, call health care provider.

If they are asymptomatic (not sick; have no COVID-19 symptoms), they should self-quarantine for 14 days AFTER any sick person in the household’s self-isolation period ends. If the asymptomatic person develops symptoms, they should follow the self-isolation instructions above. Symptoms may take 2-14 days to appear. It is important to monitor their health long enough to ensure they do not develop symptoms.

Mild symptoms are when you feel unwell but can stay home and manage at home. Most people with mild symptoms can recover from home. See above for how long you should stay home/self-isolate.

Moderate symptoms are those where you may need a medical evaluation from your health care provider. If your symptoms worsen over time and do not get better, especially if you have trouble breathing, call your health care provider to determine next steps.

Those who have been closest to you for a prolonged period of time are going to be at highest risk. Household members and others with whom you spent a prolonged period of time (more than 10 minutes) within 6 feet of you, or shared a meal, would be at increased risk and should be advised to self-quarantine at home for 14 days AFTER your, or any sick household members self-isolation period ends. If the asymptomatic person develops symptoms, they should follow the self-isolation instructions above.

People who you did not spend a prolonged period of time (less than 10 minutes) within 6 feet are at lower risk. This would include people that you may have been in an indoor space for a prolonged period of time. They should monitor their health; no restrictions about where they go. They should wash hands often and practice social distancing. If possible, you should notify individuals above regarding your illness. Work or school supervisors may be informed to help with this process.

People who you may have casually come into contact with (e.g., passed by in the hall, briefly spent time within a room, shared a short elevator ride), are not considered to be at risk and do not need to be contacted.

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