I took a Superdrug coronavirus antibody test – this is what its actually like – The Telegraph

When Superdrug turned the primary high-street retailer to supply a Covid-19 antibody check, we have been eager to check out how lengthy it could take to reach and what it concerned.

The check, carried out by a tool that pricks your finger for blood, checks your blood for coronavirus antibodies to see if they’ve already overwhelmed the virus and gained some immunity to it.

The package prices £69 – with an additional £3.99 for subsequent day supply – and arrived inside 24 hours.

For senior video producer Jack Leather-based, getting maintain of a check was seamless however when he returned to the positioning a day later, this message appeared: “as a result of excessive demand of orders, this service is presently not out there”.

The directions have been clear and the method appeared simple however, for Jack, offering sufficient blood was a problem.

He wanted all three lancets offered and needed to take pauses to let the dizzy spells move.

He’s now posted the pattern to the laboratory and Superdrug promise outcomes to be despatched inside two days of the lab receiving it.

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