Covid-19 PCR Testing
Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to appointment can be refunded in full minus a £15 administration fee per test.
What happens next?
You will arrive at our testing centre; your details will be taken, and you will be asked to fill in a short questionnaire. Your swab test will then be performed by one of our testing technicians, who will explain in full the nature of the procedure before they proceed. The whole procedure from start to finish will take around 15 minutes on average to complete.
Your result will be emailed to you directly from the laboratory in the form of a pdf certificate of analysis which can be printed off to be used as a travel certificate, and will be dated as when sample confirmed. Please note that it can take a minimum of 48 hours or longer to receive your certificate from the laboratory. We cannot guarantee you will receive your certificate from the laboratory on time to fit with flight arrangements, we work on a ‘best endeavour’ arrangement. Please do not book a test with us if you are concerned about receiving your certificate within a specific time frame.
Your Passport number can be added to the certificate, which will help if travelling abroad.
Terms & Conditions
Black and Banton provides screening on a best endeavour’s basis using test kits approved for use in the UK and Europe. Testing provides a historic, momentary result. An individual’s health status can change between sampling and reporting of the result. All results are based on the sample specimen provided and do not consider any clinical assessment or patient diagnosis.
This test is designed as a screening test for asymptomatic and symptomatic individuals alike and for groups for travel or other purposes. In the event of a positive result and/or displaying symptoms of COVID-19, please follow current government guidelines and arrange for a confirmatory test via the National Health Service.
Covid-19 is a notifiable diseases and the testing lab has a responsibility to inform Public Health England when a result is recorded as positive. You as an individual have an obligation to inform your Employer, GP and Track and Trace of your positive result.
Due to the constantly changing rules and regulations, individuals are responsible to assess the suitability of this test against the test requirements for their airline/destination country. Black and Banton is unable to provide any advice or guidance with regards to acceptance criteria for airlines/countries and accepts no liability for this.