Rapid PCR test
QR validity code for travel certificate included
Internationally recognized travel certificate
NEN 7510 and ISO 27001 certified
Open daily from 11:00 to 14:45
Choice of 2+ test locations:
It was very helpful young lady.it was top class service.
Straightforward. Simple online. Wish NZ government. had recommended this company in their instructions.
Easy, efficient, fast!
Very easy to book and the location was excellent and walkable. Test itself was efficient, on time and results were delivered within 30minutes. Even though the U.S. dropped its testing requirement to return/enter to the States, I am glad we kept our appt for peace of mind and also as a courtesy of other passengers on the flight back. Recommend!
Good, fast and efficient
Easy and prompt
Easy and prompt. Thank you for the smooth experience.
Smooth process and super quick result
Very smooth process and super quick results. I even needed a special format for Japan and they were able to organise that for me!
International travel certificate
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use the test result for travelling abroad?
Yes, that is certainly possible! We have a lot of experience with clients travelling to foreign countries. We make sure that the certificate is internationally accepted and has a QR code to validate its authenticity with your camera app.
You are responsible for checking the test requirements of your destination.
What should I bring to my test appointment?
Your booking confirmation number, ID, and don't forget your mask! Be aware it is not possible to get tested with only a copy of your ID.
What kind of test is being used?
Validated rapid tests administered by a qualified healthcare professional. The medical and pharmaceutical responsibility of the testing rests with the employed physicians and pharmacists of the testing provider. This is basically a nasal swab. The test provider may choose to combine the nasal swab with a throat swab. For PCR tests are ISO 15189 certified laboratories used.
Can I also be tested if I have no complaints?
Yes, that's possible. PCR tests are very good at detecting the virus in the period prior to becoming ill, so they are more reliable before you have symptoms. If you decide to take an Antigen Test without complaints, it may be negative, in which case the result has no value, or it may be positive and in that case you should assume that this is correct. It is therefore better to do the PCR test to exclude an infection without symptoms.
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