Guidance: Private providers of coronavirus testing

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Department Of Health

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The Department of Health and Social Care is aware of the private-sector (non-NHS) providers published on this page who have declared that they meet the governments minimum standards for:

  • domestic COVID-19 testing
  • Test to Release for international travel

Both lists of providers are updated daily, from Monday to Friday.

Published 14 December 2020
Last updated 18 March 2021 +show all updates

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  4. Updated to direct private providers to the UKAS website to begin their accreditation process before completing a self-declaration and updated both lists of providers

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  12. Updated both lists of providers. Added new column ‘Region’ to the Test to Release providers list.

  13. Location information added to the general testing providers list. Location not added to the test to release providers list.

  14. Updated Private providers of coronavirus testing: what you need to know to add guidance for employers and third-party healthcare providers under general coronavirus testing and a checklist under prospective testing providers.

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