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Rapid Flow Lateral
Rapid Lateral Flow Testing
New Unique Organisation Number (UON):
Reporting your Rapid Lateral Flow Test is simple.
When reporting results please use Consultus’ Unique Organisation Number (UON) 5071 8337 and enter email address: email@example.com as the recipient email for your test results.
we request the use of Rapid Lateral Flow Testing kits in place of Antibody tests for all our Carers.
Further information about these tests can be found on Gov.uk.
If you are attending training or have a Carer House booking, you will receive further instructions in your confirmation letter/email.
How can I get a test?
Order Rapid Lateral Flow Tests to your address: https://www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow-tests
You can also collect tests from specific pharmacies; however, a collection code is now required. Please use the following link to get your collection code which will enable you to get Rapid Lateral Flow Tests: https://test-for-coronavirus.service.gov.uk/collect-lateral-flow-kits
Get tested at a local site: https://maps.test-and-trace.nhs.uk/
A local site where you can collect tests from: https://find-covid-19-rapid-test-sites.maps.test-and-trace.nhs.uk/
Please Note: When collecting packs of tests, you can collect 2 packs at a time (14 tests in total).
Order by phone:
If you cannot order online, please call 119. Lines are open 7am – 11pm and calls are free.
After your test packs arrive:
How do i self-test?
How do i report my test?
if a test result is positive:
1. What has changed
The advice for people who have a positive lateral flow device (LFD) test result has changed. They are no longer required to have a follow-up polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, and they should stay at home and self-isolate immediately.
People who have a positive LFD test result should only have a follow-up PCR test if:
- they wish to claim the Test and Trace Support Payment
- they have a health condition that means they may be suitable for new coronavirus (COVID-19) treatments
- they are taking LFD tests as part of research or surveillance programmes, and the programme asks them to do so
- they have a positive day 2 LFD test after arriving in England
2. Who this guidance is for
This guidance is for:
- people with symptoms that may be caused by COVID-19, including those who are waiting for a COVID-19 test result
- people who have received a positive COVID-19 LFD or PCR test result (whether or not they have symptoms)
- people who currently live in the same household as someone with COVID-19 symptoms, or with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 by LFD or PCR test
In this guidance a household means:
- one person living alone
- a group of people (who may or may not be related) living at the same address and who share cooking facilities, bathrooms or toilets, or living areas – this may include students in boarding schools or halls of residence who share such facilities
- a group of people who share a nomadic way of life for example those who live on Traveller sites, in vehicles or on canal boats