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PCR tests COVID-19

COVID-19 PCR test

PCR test results are available from 2 to 24 hours from collection.
Antigenic test results are available within 40 minutes.
Sampling points 3x in Brno, 1x in Mikulov.

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Standard PCR test with results within 24 hours*

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Express PCR test with results on the same day*

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Super Express PCR test with results within 2 hours*

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Self-payers and patients with a test covered by public health insurance

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Travel certificate for all PCR tests

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Drive-in available

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Option to download the certificate from the portal ocko.uzis.cz

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3 sampling points in Brno,
1 in Mikulov

PCR tests

Subsidized
e-receipt
results within 24 hours*
free
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Self-payer
Standard
results within 24 hours*
814 Kč
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Self-payer
Express
results available on the same day*
1 350 Kč
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Self-payer
Super Express
within 2 hours*
3 450 Kč
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On Hola Biolabs
Stand With Ukraine
results within 24 hours*
free for Ukrainians
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* Under unexpected circumstances or when a new swab needs to be taken, the time frame might be extended.

Booking process

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Select test option

We test self-payers and patients with a test covered by public health insurance.

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Time slot reservation

We take the swab at reserved time. Please, be here on time to save your and other's time.

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Booking Confirmation / Payment

Payment of the fee is possible by credit card when booking online. Payment on the spot is temporarily suspended due to the epidemiological situation. Patients with a test covered by public health insurance book an appointment without payment.

Frequently asked questions

Why were the test results sent to me from the IFCOR lab email address?

From April 1, 2022, we offer PCR testing for indicated patients in cooperation with the IFCOR laboratory. The test results will therefore come to you from their email address. In the case of self-payers, we continue to analyze samples in our laboratory. In this case, the sending of the results remains unchanged.

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What documents do I submit at the sampling point?

If you come as a self-payer be prepared to show your ID card. If you come on the basis of an e-receipt, you show your ID card and an insurace card.

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What does a negative result mean and how long does it last?

The result of the test is related to the time when the sample was taken. If you subsequently come into contact with a person who has a positive result, or if you develop clinical signs of a respiratory infection, contact your GP immediately by telephone, who will organise further healthcare provision in collaboration with the regional health station.

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