Covid tests for travel - Dr Kerr, English doctor in Florence, Italy

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Covid tests for travel

Rapid VIRAL ANTIGEN tests can be done at Dr Kerr's office.
The cost is €50. This includes the test and certificate (in English or English & Italian)
The result and the certificate will be ready in less than 15 minutes.
The tests are done Monday to Friday, never at the weekend.

Wed 8th Dec : no slots

to make an appt,  please send an email to:
and we will try to repond as quickly as possible.
Please put your desired date/time in the email subject box, and the number of tests required.
If you need the test today or tomorrow please write 'Urgent' before the date/time request in the subject line.
If the request is for the following week, it might take a day or so for the secretary to come back with a time.

It is useful to include (for each person)
-Name (Mr/Ms) Please indicate which is the family name if it might not be obvious, and the same names as those on your travel document/passport.
-date of birth (please spell the month)
-an address (usually home address)
-country of tax residence
-some countries like a passport or ID number on the certificate

Holidays, Christmas and New Year
Saturday 25th Dec the office will be closed for the Christmas break and reopen on Monday 10th Jan 2022

The UK, USA and many other European countries (D,PL,N) accept the antigen test.
You will be issued a certificate in English (N.B. some countries won't accept a cert written in Italian) that will confirm the necessary criteria specified for these countries.
It will have your name, date of birth, address, date of the test, the name of the test device and its accuracy (sensitivity and specificity, which exceeds the requirements of these countries). The certificate is printed, signed and stamped. It won't have a QR code.

Please check the up to date requirements for :

PCR / molecular TEST
N.B. some countries require the PCR test instead of the antigen test
Dr Kerr does not do this test in his office.

Some labs that do the PCR test:
N.B. there is a good chance they won't be able to do the tests after midday or on a Sunday

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