Why is the PRC testing so complicated.
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Hi I am trying to find the best and hopefully the cheapest PRC test for day 2 for when we return from our holiday (we moved it from last year in the hope that things would be better not harder). We have both been fully vaccinated and taken lateral flow tests etc and know that we are safe. We have spent hours checking out all the different companies on the Government website and as yet haven't found the £22 they advertise (guess that one is just for Boris and his chums). We have also found most of the reviews pretty bad so l am hoping someone here may have already been through the process successfully and recommend someone trustworthy or at least as trustworthy as possible at a reasonable cost. Many thanks
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However cheapest are probably not the best - but as you are double vacinated and if you are returning from Green or amber county you won’t be relying on the results to end quarantine
See your other thread... dont get why you care about it being "best" plus "best and cheapest" are often opposites
I personally have used Collinson (and will continue to use them). I believe as mentioned above, the day 2 test is specifically about monitoring any variants and basing decisions based on where people have been more than anything else.
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