PCR Test for Travel to China – Birminghamfrom £55
You can now conveniently book your PCR Test for travel to China at VIVO Clinic’s Birmingham location.
You will receive your PCR test result on the very next day in time to apply for your mandatory Health Declaration Certificate before your flight to China without any hassle.Book Online
VIVO Clinic Birmingham
37 Vyse St
The Chinese government has recently implemented new regulations for international travellers due to an increase in Covid cases in the country.
All travellers must undergo a PCR test within 48 hours of their trip to China and must apply for a Health Declaration Certificate once they have received a negative result on their PCR test.
These measures have been put in place to help control the spread of the virus in China.
The Health Declaration Certificate is a mandatory requirement imposed by the Chinese government, similar to the PCR test.
In order to obtain the certificate, you must first receive a negative PCR test result for travelling to China.
Along with taking the PCR test, you must apply for the Health Declaration within 48 hours prior to your flight.
The application process for this certificate can be completed online at https://hrhk.cs.mfa.gov.cn/H5/.
It is important to note that you will not be able to apply for the Health Declaration Certificate without a negative PCR test result.
VIVO Clinic is a trusted and approved provider of PCR tests for international travel during the Covid pandemic.
The clinic has been at the forefront of testing efforts since the start of the pandemic.
As of 8 January 2023, all individuals travelling to China will be required to undergo a PCR test prior to their trip.
This new rule has been implemented as a precautionary measure against COVID-19 and applies to anyone arriving in China on or after that date.
It is necessary to present a negative PCR test result in order to be allowed entry into the country.
Due to the unpredictable nature of COVID-19, it is important for travellers to stay up-to-date on the latest entry requirements for their destination.
China is currently experiencing a surge in Covid outbreaks; the update to the travel rules has been made in an attempt to curb the further spread of the virus.
The embassy of China has provided updated information on their website regarding necessary precautions, such as PCR testing, for individuals looking to enter the country.
It is crucial for travellers to regularly check the official website of the People’s Republic of China for the most current travel guidelines.
The current rules for taking a PCR test for travel to China state that the test must be taken within 48 hours of boarding the final flight to China.
If you are booking your PCR test at our Birmingham clinic, please ensure that your scheduled appointment is no more than 48 hours earlier than the time of your flight boarding.
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However, you must book individual testing appointments for each of your travel companions in advance by calling us or using our online form.
It is essential that you bring along your passport to our Birmingham clinic when you arrive for your PCR test for travel to China.
The passport must be valid and the same one that you are using for your travel to China.
When you take your PCR test at our Birmingham location, your test results will be provided the very next day.
You will receive a fit-to-fly certificate from our laboratory if you test negative.
This certificate, signed by the experts who performed the testing, will include information about our lab, like the address of the location the test was taken and the exact time the test was taken.
There are no additional fees for the fit-to-fly certificate.
If you are found to have a positive result for the coronavirus, you will not be permitted to board a plane to China.
Upon arrival in China, you may be required to undergo an antigen test if you exhibit fever symptoms or have an abnormal Health Declaration Certificate.
If the test confirms the presence of the virus and your symptoms are mild, you will be instructed to quarantine at home.
If your symptoms are severe, it is recommended that you seek medical care at a healthcare facility.
A PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test is a type of diagnostic test used to detect the presence of the COVID-19 virus in a sample collected from various sources, including nasal swabs and saliva.
It involves amplifying small amounts of DNA or RNA from the sample using a chemical reaction, which allows the microorganism to be detected even if it is present in very small quantities.
PCR tests are commonly considered to be the most reliable method of detecting current Covid infections in people.