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COVID-19 HOME TESTING

  • Camelot and Moore MedTech have come together to bring you at-home lateral flow testing for COVID-19. Your health and wellbeing is our top priority and we want to ensure you are keeping yourself and those around you safe. Typically, 1 in 3 people who have coronavirus have no symptoms and can spread the virus without realising it which makes regular testing extremely important.

    This page contains all the resources you need to ensure your home-testing experience runs smoothly!


 

Overview

Lateral flow tests are rapid (15 minute) tests that can identify if an asymptomatic individual is currently infectious with COVID-19. They are designed to identify cases of COVID-19 that are not causing any symptoms. The government has requested that large businesses use a lateral flow testing programme to identify asymptomatic COVID-19 carriers in their workforce.

 

Taking your test

Before you take your COVID-19 lateral flow test, please take the time to read through the guide carefully and watch the instructional video.

Familiarise yourself with the process so you know how it works before you begin.

Step-by-Step Guide

The step-by-step guide for self-testing for coronavirus can be found by clicking here. We recommend reading through this guide a few times before you first take your test so that you are familiar with the process. It is here for you to refer to each time you are taking a lateral flow test.

Instructional video

Watch the video below for a full demonstration of the process:

 

FAQS

 

Need more help?

 

If you require any more help using the lateral flow test kit, email coronavirusqueries@camelotgroup.co.uk for further questions.

Coronavirus Guidance:

If you have COVID-19 symptoms, or have contracted COVID-19, please refer to NHS guidance online here.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 and your condition gets worse, or you do not get better after 7 days, use the NHS 111 online service here.

If you do not have internet access, call NHS 111

In the event of a medical emergency, dial 999

Do not delay getting help if you are worried. Trust your instincts.