The Antibody test is for people who think:
1. they might have had COVID-19 and recovered from it, or
2. they might have had COVID-19 without symptoms.
The antibody test can reassure you if you are wondering whether you have had COVID-19.
A positive test means you have COVID-19 antibodies in your blood and therefore have had the infection in the past. It does not mean that you are immune to the virus.
The Antibody test is a self-administered test that you do at home.
The test costs £112.00 and can be ordered by clicking below.
The PCR test is for people who:
1. currently have symptoms of COVID-19 and want to know if they are infected with the virus
2. currently do not have symptoms and want proof that they are not infected by the virus for travel or other purposes. The PCR test is positive if the virus is present in your nose and throat and if you are therefore infected. Taking the test can help you to make decisions about self-isolation.
The PCR test is a self-administered test that you do at home.
The test costs £154.00 and can be ordered by clicking below.
Tests are done by The Doctors Laboratory which is UKAS accredited.