The only Covid-19 test centre in Birmingham to get your results within 4 hours (Fit to Fly Certificate).

COVID-19 tests - From £ 60

Your health is our priority.

You can rest assured that we won't be beaten on price, service or quality.

Walk-in to our Birmingham Covid Test Centre or Home visit available*

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Our Standard to Exclusive Packages

Day 2 & 8 Tests
Legal Requirement - Amber Country

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DAY 2 & 8 Tests + (Day 5) Test To Release

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DAY 5 -Test To Release Packages

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Day 2 Test
Legal Requirement -
Green Country

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DAY 2 or / Day 8 single Tests

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RT - PCR - Fit To Fly Packages

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Antigen & Antibody Tests

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Covid-19 Testing on Day 2 and Day 8 for International Arrivals.

This test is required by the UK Government if you are arriving in the UK from overseas. It is a Legal requirement for everyone arriving into the UK (unless you are specifically exempt) to take a Covid-19 PCR test on or before Day 2 of your self-isolation period, and then another test on or after Day 8. All arrivals must also quarantine for 10 days, either in an approved hotel (if returning from a red list country) or an alternative approved location (if returning from an amber list country).
If your Day 2 test is positive, it will undergo further testing to identify variants of Covid-19. This is important to prevent new variants coming into the UK. Your Day 8 test is the final test before the end of your quarantine period.
Better to know and its laboratory partners are Government-approved registered private providers for Testing on Day 2 and Day 8. You must order your Day 2 and Day 8 tests before you return to the UK. Failure to do so may incur fines and other penalties. Contact our team to book your arrival tests, we will provide you with the unique reference number which you will need to add on your Passenger Locator Form.

Why choose us?

Guaranteed Results
Same day / Next day

Fit to Fly Certificates
Endorsed by GMC

Virology Laboratory
UKAS Registered (4680)



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Antigen test

This test identifies people who are currently infected with the coronavirus. It may be used as a quick test to detect active infections. Initially it will not be used to diagnose disease, but it may be used to screen people to identify those who need a more definitive test.

Antigen tests can identify virus in nose and throat secretions. It does this by looking for proteins from the virus (as opposed to the diagnostic test, which looks for genetic material). This is the same technology used in your doctor's office for rapid strep testing.

The first of these tests gained FDA clearance on May 8. The company, Quidel Corp., says it will use the first 40,000 tests to get a better idea about the accuracy of its test. Researchers do not expect it to be as accurate as the PCR diagnostic test, but it is possible the antigen tests could be used to screen patients for infection. Dr. Jordan Laser, a lab director at Northwell Health, notes antigen testing is used for rapid strep tests, which are reliable, and rapid flu tests, which are not.

 These tests should provide results in just a few minutes. As a result, they could be used to screen people in hospitals, certain workplaces, or in other instances where it's important to find out quickly whether someone is currently at risk of spreading the disease. But unless these tests are proven to be highly accurate, physicians would still need to follow up a positive result with a PCR test to make a medical diagnosis.

Antibody test

Antibody tests identify people who have previously been infected with the coronavirus. They do not show whether a person is currently infected. This is primarily a good way to track the spread of the coronavirus through a population.

This is a blood test. It looks for antibodies to the coronavirus. Your body produces antibodies in response to an infectious agent such as a virus. These antibodies generally arise after four days to more than a week after infection, so they are not used to diagnose current disease.

There are more than 120 antibody tests on the market. The Food and Drug Administration has allowed them to be marketed without FDA authorization, and quality is a great concern. A few tests have voluntarily submitted to extra FDA approval. Other tests are being validated by individual medical labs or university researchers.

These tests generally produce results in a few minutes, based on a drop of blood taken from the finger. Some research labs use a more sophisticated antibody test, called an Elisa (Enzyme-linked immunoassay) that are more accurate but are not as widely available.

Rt - PCR test

Doctors use this test to diagnose people who are currently sick with COVID-19. This is the one we've been hearing so much about.

This test uses a sample of mucus typically taken from a person's nose or throat. The test may also work on saliva — that's under investigation. It looks for the genetic material of the coronavirus. The test uses a technology called PCR (polymerase chain reaction), which greatly amplifies the viral genetic material if it is present. That material is detectable when a person is actively infected.

Generally speaking, these are the most reliable tests. However, a few days may pass before the virus starts replicating in the throat and nose, so the test won't identify someone who has recently been infected. And swabs can sometimes fail to pick up signs of active infection.

 These samples are generally sent to centralized labs for analysis, so it can take several days to get results back. Wait times were longer earlier in the pandemic because of a testing backlog. There are also two rapid PCR tests, which can be run on specialized equipment already widely distributed throughout the U.S. The speediest one, by Abbott Laboratories, can provide a result in 13 minutes, but one study suggests this test can miss more than 10% of cases.


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Frequently Asked Questions

T Consultants Ltd, 290
Gooch Street, Central, Birmingham, B5 7JP

Yes, We provide FREE parking for one hour.

The test will be carried out at Covid tests centre in Birmingham. We also offer home visit if you live within Birmingham and nearby for a addtional charge. Please call us for home visit.

No, You can book appointments over the phone (07952911145) or  (07490708660).

Yes, you can book for multiple passengers, e.g. family or friends. At the time of booking, you will provide only primary passenger details.

We will in keep touch to collect details about all other members.

Yes, We offer 24/7 service only for online booking.

Yes a copy of the GMC registered doctor signed certificate stating the name of the test, the accredited laboratory, the result and your personal details including passport number will be provided as per the government regulations.

Yes, Please bring your passport for your appointment as we need to verify your identification.

We will send your certificate to your e-mail address. If you prefer, you can also collect the certificate from our centre.

The main advantages of COVID-19 PCR test are its accuracy and reliability. It is the most accurate test available for COVID-19 detection.

Yes, we can test children, although younger children may find the test a little uncomfortable.

Yes, Traveler's are also required to complete the compulsory Travel Testing Package of COVID-19 tests on day 2 and day 8 of the mandatory 10 day quarantine.