Anyone who tests positive will need to self- isolate immediately and take a confirmatory PCR Test. (PCR Tests can be accessed free of charge by ordering in the usual way through NHS Test and Trace via nhs.uk/coronavirus or by calling 119).
If the result of the confirmatory PCR test is negative you can stop self- isolating.
If your confirmatory PCR test is positive, you must continue to isolate for a total of 10 full days from your very first positive result. You may stop self isolating after 7 days if you do a lateral flow test on days 6 and 7 of your isolation period and:
Both tests are negative.
You did both tests at least 24 hours apart.
You do not have a high temperature.
The day of your first positive Test is Day 0.