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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    Free at Frankfurt airport

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    If you find a budget flight, it could work out cheaper just to fly a round trip to Frankfurt in order to get tested.
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    Here it's about £150 for infection test and £100 for the antibody test. But the government (I.e. taxpayer) is paying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Worth noting that the Heathrow test is not considered valid for Italy as you don’t get a certificate.

    i.e. The Heathrow test is pointless.
    £80 and you don't get a certificate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordac View Post
    £80 and you don't get a certificate?

    "Heathrow" and "useful paperwork" (certificates/hotel receipts) really don't go together.
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    The Heathrow test (according to their website) is only for travellers to Hong Kong.

    I suspect you *must* get something to prove that you've tested negative (or positive) or else anyone could just rock up and say they're clear.

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