How to request collection of your Home Test COVID-19

COVID home testing research study participants only

This process will enable you to request a collection of your COVID-19 home test if you are a participant in the COVID home testing research study so that it can be sent to a lab for analysis.

You should use this process when you first receive your COVID-19 home test kit so that the collection can be booked.

Important note

Only use this process if you have received your home test kit as part of the COVID home testing research study.

Please do not undertake your test before you have a collection booked.

Ideally, the test should be completed 1-2 hours prior to it being collected, in order to maximize the time available for transport to the Test Lab.

You will need:

  • The unique reference number that is displayed on the test-at-home kit.
  • The postcode of the address that the test-at-home kit was sent to.

TestCollections DocketHub:

For testcollections via DocketHub team will also be asked for:

  • Your email address.
  • Your phone number.

What is the Unique Reference Number of your COVID-19 Test-at-home kit?

Each COVID-19 Test-at-home kit contains a Unique Reference Number.

This Unique Reference Number is displayed below each of the 2 self-adhesive barcodes supplied as part of the Test-at-home kit, and which are referred to in the instructions.

For example, ‘G1234567’

We need you to enter this Unique Reference Number so that we can find the details of your COVID-19 Test-at-home kit.

Note: This research is done by Imperial College London, You need to contact to book a courier collection.

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