PCR test Alphen aan den Rijn

Looking for a PCR test in Alphen aan den Rijn to travel abroad? Coronalab.eu specializes in conducting Corona tests with a medical certificate for travelers. You need a test including a health certificate if you are traveling to a country with an entry restriction. Countries do this to prevent the new corona virus from spreading further.

Alphen aan den Rijn

Flemingweg 18R
2408 AV Alphen ad Rijn

info@coronalab.eu

Openings hours

Monday to Friday
8.30 am – 11.30 am
12.30 am – 2.30 pm

Saturday: 8.30 am – 11.30 am
Sunday: 08.30 am – 11.30 am

 

Available tests

 PCR
Antibodies / serologic
Booking codes
Rapid test

Why do I need a PCR test?

Because some countries see our country as an increased risk when it comes to importing the virus, a health statement is required. You can find which countries on our country list on the travel page. An entry restriction (often code orange) applies to these countries, which means that a country wants to prevent the virus from spreading unnecessarily among the population.

Entry restrictions are imposed to prevent infected people from entering the country. You must then be able to submit a health certificate in these countries to avoid mandatory quarantine in the country of destination. This consists of a statement from a doctor stating that you do not currently have the virus. We determine this by means of a PCR test.

How does the PCR test work?

The PCR test is taken with a nose and throat swab. A rod is used to remove material from your throat. We store the purchased material. In our lab in Amsterdam the material is tested the same day. This is how we determine whether you are currently carrying the virus.

The outcome

If you have not been diagnosed with the coronavirus, and therefore have tested negative for COVID-19, you will receive a medical certificate from us that you can use to travel to the country of destination. You must bring this document with you during your trip. In some cases you have to upload it on a special website before arrival. View our country list on the travel page to view all destination specific requirements.

What if I have COVID-19?

If the test shows that you are currently carrying the virus, you will have to be quarantined according to the RIVM guidelines. Unfortunately you will not be able to travel to the country of destination and we cannot prepare a health statement for you.

How long is the certificate valid?

For most countries, a health certificate is valid for 72 hours. Some countries use 48 hours and some countries 96. It is therefore important to check this carefully. There is also a difference between validity before departure and validity before arrival. For some countries you also have to take the travel time into account. More information can be found on our travel page. Are you stuck? Feel free to send us a message at info@coronalab.eu.

Same day result

Because for many destinations the validity of a test is limited to a few days or even a few hours, we offer PCR tests with the result on the same day (around 10pm). Use our online tool to schedule a test.

PCR test

89,00

  Incl. gratis reiscertificaat
  Altijd dezelfde dag uitslag
  Geanalyseerd in eigen lab

How does the PCR test in our clinic work?

You make an appointment for a test via our planning tool. Our doctor or nurse will collect material from you. The material is examined in our laboratory. You will always receive the result and the COVID-19 PCR statement on the same day around 11 p.m. The statement is drawn up by our doctor. If you have any questions, please contact us at info@coronalab.eu.

COVID-19 Priority PCR test

Several countries have made COVID-19 testing mandatory for people who want to enter the country. Coronalab helps travelers offer COVID-19 tests that we analyze with priority. This means you always have the results the same day.

How our healthcare professionals work

Our doctor or nurse will take some mucus by means of a throat and nasal swab. Our laboratory analyzes your material. The doctor will check the results and issue a certificate confirming your COVID-19 PCR status. This certificate is sent by e-mail.

What is a corona test?

On the basis of a corona test, we determine whether you are currently carrying the corona virus. In countries with an entry restriction, this is necessary to avoid mandatory quarantine. There are different ways of testing. The PCR test is required for travel. Based on this test, we determine whether the virus is in the throat or nasal cavity.

Before you can travel, you must be able to submit a negative PCR test with a medical certificate of health. In some cases you have to send it in advance.

About Coronalab

Coronalab (Microbe & Lab) has an ISO certified laboratory at the Science park in Amsterdam. Our laboratory has been approved by the RIVM for COVID-19 PCR testing.

Experts in infectious diseases

Our company is managed by a Physician Microbiologist. Together with a team of scientists in the field of medical microbiology and infectious diseases, we do a lot of research on infectious diseases and we develop, certify and produce our own CE-IVD marked tests. We validate and implement these in hospitals in the Netherlands and abroad.

We have more than 10 years of experience in developing certified medical tests.

Need a quick result?

With us you always receive the results of your test the same day. Usually you will receive the results of and the COVID-19 PCR certificate around 11 p.m., this can also be earlier. The certificate is signed by one of our doctors.

Locations

You can go to various Coronalab.eu locations in the Netherlands for a PCR test with a travel certificate. View the test locations available to you and book your appointment in our online booking tool.

Cost

The costs for a test including a certificate are € 89.00 per person. You can pay this amount in advance in our planning tool.

Important sources

The RIVM website provides a lot of information about COVID-19. You can also consult the website of the government of the country of destination. You can find current information about the situation per country on the websites of the government, the National Coordination Center for Travel Advice, IATA and those of your travel organization and / or airline. The ANWB also provides a lot of information.

National government travel advice

We always recommend that you read the travel advice provided by the Dutch government. Also, make sure you follow the information from your travel organization or airline. They will notify you of any specific requirements that may be set. We also advise you to take a good look at the travel information and the status of your travel destination.